The Bank of England will give business leaders in Hull the inside track on the economy at a lunch organised by the Institute of Directors (IoD).
Juliette Healey, the Bank of England’s agent for Yorkshire and the Humber, will deliver a speech called “In pursuit of a sustainable recovery” at The University of Hull on 3 December.
The speech will cover economic conditions, prospects for industry sectors, employment, growth and inflation. Juliette will also highlight key challenges for the UK economy and expectations for interest rates. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Juliette became the Agent for Yorkshire and the Humber in 2012. She has worked at the Bank for most of her career apart from secondments to HM Treasury and the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC. She lives in York.
Pat Coyle, chair of the IoD in East Yorkshire, said: “This is a great opportunity for Humber business people from all ages and backgrounds to hear Juliette’s valuable insights into our economic recovery as we head into 2016.”
The lunch takes place from noon to 2.30pm in the University’s Jubilee Restaurant. Tickets are £20 for IoD members, £25 for non-members. To book your place, please contact email@example.com.