Latest Inflation Report with The Bank of England

17th September 2018

Sheffield Chamber of Commerce & Industry are delighted to once again be working in partnership with the Bank of England to bring you the latest Inflation Report.

Kindly hosted by CMS (formerly Nabarro), on Thursday 8th November, the Bank of England's Deputy Agent, Will Holman will deliver the results of the latest Inflation Report giving a detailed commentary of the UK's current economic environment. After the presentation there will be an opportunity for delegates to pose questions and/or concerns to Will during an open discussion. Places are extremely limited so book now below to avoid disappointment. A complimentary breakfast will kindly be provided by CMS. Please Note: NO Parking is available at Nabarro. The closest car parks are Victoria Quays Car Park, North Quay Drive, Sheffield, S2 5SW or alternatively the NCP Blonk Street, Blonk Street, Sheffield, S1 2AB. We look forward to seeing you at the event.

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