Bank of England update - Dundee

BOE Tayside
Date:
11 October 2017
Time:
5.30pm for 6pm, concluding by 7pm
Location:
Dundee
Speaker/s:
Iain Duff - Deputy Agent for Scotland
Members:
Free
Non-members:
£10 incl VAT

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With the outcome of the Brexit negotiations between the UK and the rest of the EU still uncertain and a general election in 2017, this year’s Bank of England update will provide ICAS members with an overview of the current economic outlook based on the Bank of England’s forecasts.

After the referendum, the Bank of England stepped in to provide reassurance and minimise uncertainty. It took steps to boost the economy, cutting UK interest rates to a new record low. The Bank of England updates offer ICAS members the opportunity to hear first-hand the forecasts and the steps required to stabilise and grow the economy.

Agent for Scotland, William Dowson, and Deputy Agent for Scotland, Iain Duff, will provide ICAS members with invaluable insights into the economic impact of key changes in our geopolitical landscape as well as the opportunity to have their questions answered.

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Iain Duff

Iain Duff

Deputy Agent for Scotland

Iain joined the Bank in March 2009.

After graduating with a BA(Hons) in Applied Economics from Dundee Institute of Technology, now University of Abertay, Dundee, Iain was employed as an economic researcher in various universities throughout the country including Liverpool, St. Andrews and Dundee where his main interests were in macroeconomics and regional economic development.

In 1996 Iain joined the Scottish Council for Development and Industry as a Policy Research Officer before being appointed Chief Economist and Policy Manager in 1998.

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Location

Dundee
Malmaison, 44 Whitehall Crescent, DD1 4AY

Contacts

Member Engagement
Email: memberengagement@icas.com

Topics

  • Political landscape
  • Scotland

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