The UK Economy - A Process of Adjustment

16th December 2016

Juliette Healey, an agent of the Bank of England, will give an update on the latest outlook for the economy and some of the key challenges facing the UK and policymakers.

   After the presentation, there will be an open discussion and this will be an excellent opportunity for you to raise questions and comments on current conditions as you see them. About South Yorkshire Pensions Group The South Yorkshire Pensions Group is an organisation comprising pensions professionals and advisers servicing the South Yorkshire/Sheffield City Region. The Group's objectives are to share knowledge, provide informed and relevant seminars to Trustees and companies in the pension schemes arena, as well as encouraging greater networking of amongst anyone with an interest in occupational pension schemes. This Event is presented in conjunction with Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and includes a light breakfast. It is free of charge. Agenda: 08:15 - Registration, Breakfast & Networking 09:00 - Presentation, Juliette Healey, Bank of England 10:00 - Q&A

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