LSE Growth Commission Evidence Sessions
In January 2017 the Commission will publish a second Report of its Growth Manifesto, providing recommendations in the four areas of: relationship with the EU, the future of the City of London, the role of industrial policy, and new developments in labour markets. Once again the Commission will draw on evidence given in public session by leading players, policymakers and stakeholders in the UK economy, a strong team of researchers at LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance and the latest data available informing their inquiries.
6 December: Evidence Session 4: Finance & the City of London
Speakers include: David Miles (Imperial); Huw Evans (ABI); Charlie Bean (LSE); Jenny Tooth (UKBAA); Adam Jackson (Grant Thornton); Angus Canvin (Investment Association); Lindsey Naylor (Oliver Wyman); Peter Smith (Blockchain)
Overview: Is the UK’s financial system is set up to promote growth? What is the impact of Brexit on the city, and what policies are needed to ensure stable and safe credit supply?
Location: The Army and Navy (Rag) Club, 36 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JN
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