Free

Brexit and Beyond: Stephen Boyle (Chief Economist at RBS) gives an insight...

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

West College Scotland

Queens Quays

Clydebank

G81 1BF

United Kingdom

View Map

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

DUNBARTONSHIRE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RBS & WEST COLLEGE SCOTLAND

Stephen Boyle, head of group economics for RBS will address the issues surrounding Brexit and other Global impacts.

Stephen Boyle RBS

Stephen is head of group economics at RBS and a director of the bank’s main pension fund, RBS Pension Trustees Ltd, and is also a trustee of the David Hume Institute and a member of the Policy Committee of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics.He was head of business economics at RBS from 1996 to 2001 when he left to establish the Scottish government’s labour market analysis unit, Futureskills Scotland, as well as leading the economics and evaluation functions of Scottish Enterprise.

Boyle returned to RBS in 2006 as head of group economics.

Breakfast rolls, & tea/coffee included.

The event is FREE to chamber members and as a benefit of chamber membership members can also bring guests to this event.

We work hard to offer the majority of our high quality events for free however significant resource and costs are associated with the programme. We would appreciate any voluntary donations you would like to make and with this in mind there is an RSVP/Make a Donation ticket option available with a suggested donation of £10.

Please note that any cancellations within 48 hours of the event will be subject to a £10 per place cancellation fee.

For more event information to to find out more about Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce email admin@dunbartonshirechamber.co.uk or phone (0)141 280 0272.

DUNBARTONSHIRE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

RBS Logo

west




Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

West College Scotland

Queens Quays

Clydebank

G81 1BF

United Kingdom

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved