The Institute for Policy and Engagement brings you another instalment of its public lectures series.
We are delighted that our upcoming speaker is going to be Dave Ramsden, Deputy Governor for Markets & Banking at the Bank of England.
Following a turbulent year for the economy, Dave will give his views on the UK economy in the wake of the Global Pandemic and the UK’s departure from the EU.
The Institute’s lecture series offers you the chance to hear from people who can offer insights into a complex and rapidly changing world that defies traditional analysis, and who can reflect on what it means to be an “expert” and to build trust in a less deferential, sceptical and often polarised environment.
The talk will be followed by Q&A online via Teams Live.
Speaker profile: Dave Ramsden
Dave Ramsden joined the Bank to become Deputy Governor for Markets and Banking on 4 September 2017. He is responsible for oversight of Markets, Banking Payments and Innovation, and Resolution directorates. Dave is a member of the Monetary Policy Committee, the Financial Policy Committee and the Prudential Regulation Committee. He is also the Chair of the RTGS/CHAPS Board.
Before joining the Bank, Dave was Chief Economic Adviser to the Treasury and Head of the Government Economic Service from 2007 – 2017. He was responsible for advising on UK macroeconomic policy and was the Government’s representative of the meetings of the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee. Previous to that he held a number of civil service roles including leading the Treasury work advising on whether the UK should join the Euro.
Dave was awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours 2004 and made a Knight Bachelor in the New Year Honours 2015. He graduated with an MA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University in 1986 and received an MSC in Economics from the London School of Economics in 1990.
Dave is a Trustee of Pro Bono Economics and a visiting Professor at Kings College London. His outside interests include cycling, rock climbing and hill walking.
This is a free event, which is open to members of public.
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