02 July 2021
10:00 - 11:30
Focusing initially on the importance of a long-term economic plan for the UK and then on the value of ‘reviving regions’ in delivering this plan, Lord Bilimoria will provide first-hand intelligence from his engagement with government as well as his unique insights on the economic and business landscape, and what future developments could mean for your business.
The twin shocks of COVID-19 and Brexit coupled with structural changes driven by the transition to net-zero and technology offer an opportunity to deal with persistent challenges around productivity, and regional and social inequality head on.
In these unprecedented times, an unprecedented response is required. We will also be joined by:
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We are delighted to be working with Lloyds Bank as our strategic partner for this event, please find further speaker information below:
Scott Barton joined Lloyds Bank in 2017 and is responsible for the CIC business which leads with a sector and relationship focus. Scott is also the sustainability lead for the Commercial division.
Gary Chapman joined Lloyds Bank in 2008 to establish a leverage team in the North of England. He has since worked on a wide range of debt financings for large corporates and infrastructure assets across the North. He is also the Sustainability lead for the North region. Gary is a qualified accountant and prior to joining Lloyds was an M&A Director with BDO in London specialising in business sales, MBOs and corporate acquisitions.
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