The UK economy: recovery from the pandemic
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08 September, 2021

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm BST

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The UK economy: recovery from the pandemic

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1h

Your CIMA East Midlands & East Anglia Area invite you to join this virtual event, where Rosie Smith, Agent for the East Midlands at the Bank of England, will brief you on the Bank of England’s expectations for economic growth, unemployment, inflation, also what that means for monetary policy.

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Programme outline

Rosie will talk about how the UK economy is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, and what that means for jobs and prices in the coming 2-3 years. She’ll share what she’s hearing from businesses, other organisations, and people in the East Midlands region. Rosie will also talk about the Bank of England’s policy on interest rates.

The learning outcomes from Rosie’s presentation include:

  • Getting an up-to-date picture on the economy.
  • Understanding better how the economic picture affects interest rates.
  • Being able to use an up-to-date view to apply to business planning.

Who will benefit ? Those of you who are interested in the economy, whether for business or personal reasons.

Please note that the Chatham House Rule applies to this event, so please do not record the content of this presentation in any way; thank you.

Speaker’s details: Rosie Smith, Agent for the East Midlands at the Bank of England, acts as the Bank’s eyes, ears and mouthpiece in the East Midlands region, together with her small team. Rosie joined the Bank in 1986 and has lived and worked in the East Midlands since 1999. She has worked at the Bank in monetary policy, financial stability, statistics, and banking supervision in her 35-year career, and has external experience from sitting on a number of boards. Rosie has a degree in Financial Economics from Birkbeck College, University of London, and a MBA from the University of Nottingham.

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