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Economic outlook for businesses
Phil Eckersley from The Bank of England will be joining Managing Partner, Malcolm Palmer, in this webinar to detail the latest Bank of England statistics and discuss the economic outlook for businesses.

In this webinar, Phil will:
Present the latest statistics from where the economy is now
Discuss and present the forecasts for inflation and growth
Detail the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) views on the impact of Brexit and the pandemic
Answer any of your questions
It’s not one to miss whilst we continue through these unprecedented times.

A special thank you to Judge & Priestley and Weald Insurance for sponsoring this event.

Jun 10, 2021 08:30 AM in London

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Speakers

Malcolm Palmer
FCA Managing Partner @A4G Chartered Accountants
As managing partner Malcolm has headed up a practice which has grown every single year since its inception in 1995. The strategy of recruiting new members of staff straight from school or university has contributed to the building of a fantastic team within A4G and an unblemished year on year record of continuous growth. These days, Malcolm’s work as well as being Managing Partner includes running strategic planning days for some of the 1,000 clients that the Practice acts for. Malcolm has three daughters and relaxes with golf and running.
Phil Eckersley
Agent @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 & East Anglia.