Join us on Wednesday 14 February from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT as Graeme Chaplin, the Bank of England’s Agent for the West Midlands, as he shares the forecast of the coming UK economic and financial landscape.
Graeme will describe the role of the Bank of England in maintaining UK monetary and financial stability. In particular he will explain how the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee sets interest rates to control inflation and the Bank’s latest forecast for the UK economy.
There will time devoted to Q&A at the end of the presentation.
*Please note: Registration to this webinar is only available to members of the BHTA
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About the speaker
After joining the Bank in 1992, Graeme was appointed as Agent for the West Midlands & Oxfordshire in November 2008. Over his tenure he has undertaken a variety of roles including banking supervision, economic analysis, and financial stability monitoring.
In his role as the Bank’s Agent, he acts as the eyes and ears of the Bank of England in the region – meeting with a broad cross-section of businesses to build up a picture of the UK economic and financial landscape.