The start of 2020 has instigated many discussions on the outlook of the UK economy for the year ahead. While the recent landslide election result seems to have strengthened the economic outlook, factors such as the looming trade deal with Europe could still cause long term uncertainty, and keep business investments on hold.
Join us at our 9th anniversary FRP economic conference, in association with ICAEW South Essex, where our panel of expert speakers will share their views on a number of current economic affairs.
Topics will include:
Co-founder and Head of Corporate Development
Seven Investment Management
Justin was involved in the development of Big Bang in 1986 with BZW and went on to found Broker Services which eventually became Barclays Stockbrokers. Currently, he is keen on developing reforms for government privatisations, as well as the development of regional investment structures for businesses of all sizes.
Deputy Agent, South East and East Anglia
Bank of England
Alex joined the Bank of England in 1998. He worked in a number of analytical areas in the Bank’s Head Office, including roles in Monetary Analysis, Market Services and Statistics. Alex will be providing an off the record look at the UK economy, drawing on the most recent Bank of England Inflation Report.
Director for Business and Industrial Strategy
Iain is a former Member of Parliament for Hartlepool from 2004 to 2017 and also served as the Chairman of Business Innovation and Skills Committee. Iain will review the ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor – Q1 findings.
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