The Future of the UK Economy: Insights from the Sterling Conference 2016

 

As the UK prepares to leave the EU, businesses are assessing how they navigate risk whilst remaining open to, and embracing new opportunities.

Lloyds Bank hosted The Sterling Conference, in association with Bloomberg, which saw over 100 business leaders, treasurers, finance directors and investors gather to hear leading speakers. Highlights included, Sir John Gieve, Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England and Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Former Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations, debate their perspectives on the critical issues businesses must navigate in this uncertain economic environment.

Watch short video highlights from the conference;

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