The keynote speaker is Paul Fullerton, the agent for the Bank of England in Yorkshire and the Humber. Paul’s primary role is to assess and report to the Monetary Policy Committee on UK economic conditions as seen from the region. He is an engaging and enlightening speaker and will be explaining the Bank’s projections for future growth and inflation as well as what may happen to interest rates as a result.
Co-founded by Wilkin Chapman Grange Solicitors, Forrester Boyd Chartered Accountants and HSBC Bank, and supported by the Business Telegraph, QUID is the working name of the North East Lincolnshire Business Forum. It was set up in 2009 to provide local businesses with the platform to explore and question key topics affecting businesses in the region, as well as providing a forum for debate with keynote speakers and industry specialists.
Commenting on the Christmas QUID meeting, Jane Eatock, Partner at Wilkin Chapman Grange, said: “Businesses are facing unprecedented and uncertain economic times. The QUID event will provide local businesses with a great opportunity to discuss the current economic climate with the Bank of England and to understand the Bank’s thoughts on future growth. “
To book a place and for further details visit: http://www.quidforum.co.uk or email: email@example.com
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The firm has 39 partners and 320 staff at 11 offices across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. It is the largest law firm within the Newcastle, Norwich and Leeds Triangle and prides itself on delivering a specialised legal advice and a first class client service, for a fair price, within a convenient location.
The firm is listed within the top 200 UK law firms in the Lawyer Magazine's UK 200 Annual Report 2011, and ranked within the Legal 500 and Chambers 2012 guide.