Speaker: Andrew Hilton, CSFI
Andrew Hilton, director and joint founder of the CSFI. Dr Hilton is a former World Bank economist and editor-in-chief of the International Reports group in New York. He also runs an economic consulting firm in London. He has a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the Wharton School and an MA from New College, Oxford.
|Event Date||Tuesday, 19 July 2016|
Paul Ferris led strategy, design and development of substantial programs in Business; encompassing Finance, IT, marketing and operations; delivering growth, capital investment & profit for his clients. Since applying crypto-technologies to dealing systems over 10 years ago, his interest in block chain technologies has grown as their applications have become relevant to today’s business challenges. Since returning to London, he has led crucial government engagement (HM Treasury, Bank of England, Cabinet Office) to help develop probable the most constructive global government and regulatory regime in the UK.
|Event Date||Tuesday, 21 June 2016|
|Event Date||Wednesday, 25 May 2016|
Lord Stephen Green is the former group chairman of HSBC Holdings who became UK Minister of State for trade and investment in both the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2011. In March 2014 he was appointed chairman of The City UK's Advisory Council, and took up the role from June 2014, replacing SirWin Bischoff. In October 2014 Lord Green accepted the role of Chairman of the International Advisory Board for theBritish Chambers of Commerce.
|Event Date||Monday, 25 April 2016|
Roger Bootle is the author of The Trouble with Europe: Why the EU isn't working.
With the EU referendum firmly on the horizon, this presentation will be of significant interest.
Roger Bootle is one of the City of London’s best-known economists. As well as running Capital Economics, which he founded in 1999, Roger is also a Specialist Adviser to the House of Commons Treasury Committee and an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries. He was formerly Group Chief Economist of HSBC and, under the previous Conservative government, he was appointed one of the Chancellor’s panel of Independent Economic Advisers, the so-called “Wise Men’.
In 2012, Roger and a team from Capital Economics won the Wolfson Prize, the second biggest prize in Economics after the Nobel.
|Event Date||Tuesday, 15 March 2016|