Webinar – Bank of England Business Update
GWA, along with our sister company Three Counties, is delighted to welcome back Mauricio Armellini from the Bank of England who will provide the Bank's latest insights on the performance of the UK and global economy.
After an unprecedented and turbulent 2020, it is more important than ever for businesses to be aware of key economic and financial developments and how these may impact them.
Mauricio will present details of the Bank’s latest Monetary Policy Report. The report discusses how the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee sets monetary policy to keep inflation low and stable, which supports growth and jobs.
Mauricio will also discuss the Bank of England’s position in relation to future UK growth and CPI inflation. This will allow you to review where you are, better navigate the remainder of this year and look forward to 2022.
Who should attend? The webinar will benefit businesses and community organisations that may be susceptible to changing interest rates and inflation and the performance of the UK economy.
Mauricio will be taking questions during the webinar. We recommend you send these to us in advance to ensure they are addressed. There is space on the registration form to add questions or you can email them directly to email@example.com.
This webinar is free to attend and registration is quick and easy via this link.
Mauricio Armellini: Mauricio has been a member of the Government Economic Service since 2008, when he joined the Department for Work and Pensions to lead teams of analysts in areas of key Ministerial attention such as skills and pensions.
In 2013 he went on secondment to the North East Local Enterprise Partnership, where he worked as Chief Economist until his appointment as Bank of England’s Agent for the North East in September 2014.
Mauricio came to the North East in 2005 to undertake his PhD studies in economics at Durham University, following his MA in Development Economics at Williams College (USA). Before leaving his native Uruguay in 2004, he worked as a professional economist in the financial and non-for-profit sectors.