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Bank of England Monetary Policy Report Briefing
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£30 + VAT
Update of the current economic climate.
Join us for what promises to be an exclusive and interesting virtual event where the Bank of England will share their insight into the current economic climate, followed by a live Q&A.
Our guest speakers, Phil Eckersley, Agent and Patrick Campbell, Deputy Agent for South East and East Anglia, will be providing an overview of the UK economy, drawing on the most recent Bank of England Monetary Policy Report, published in early November.
The event will be held on ‘Chatham House’ rule and is therefore not open to the press. We would also encourage you to pre-submit any questions that you have for Phil and Patrick when registering for your place at this enlightening and informative event.
How to book a place:
If you are a non-member then please email firstname.lastname@example.org confirming how many places you require and a contact number. We will then call you to take payment.
Phil Eckersley, Agent in the South East and East Anglia, Bank of England
Phil started with the Bank of England in 1987 having spent three years teaching economics and mathematics in SE London.
After four years working as a statistician on money supply data, Phil moved to the management's accounts office in the Bank, providing detailed cost briefing to Governors and Directors.
In 1994 Phil joined the Bank of England's agency network, between 1994 and 2002 acting as Deputy Agent in the South East & East Anglia moving on in 2002 to become Agent for Northern Ireland; then in October 2008 he was appointed to be the Agent in the South East and East Anglia.
Patrick Campbell, Deputy Agent in the South East and East Anglia, Bank of England
Patrick is a Deputy Agent at our South East and East Anglia Agency. He has worked at the Bank of England since 1999.
Before he became an agent in October 2018, Patrick mainly worked on our Foreign Exchange Desk (“the FX Desk”), which manages the UK’s reserves of foreign currency and gathers market intelligence. His work for the FX Desk included briefing senior Bank and Treasury staff on financial market reactions to major events, such as the 2010 and 2015 UK general elections and the EU and Scottish Independence referendums. And he was a member of the team that wrote the 2015 Review of Market Intelligence at the Bank of England.
In 2017-18, he was seconded to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to analyse developments in the US money and treasury markets.
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