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The Bank of England’s Economic Projections Explained

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, Wednesday 26th June

Hot on the heels of the Monetary Policy Committee announcement on bank rates on the 20th of June, discover what the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy report and its economic projections mean for you and your business.

In this exclusive webinar, Rightmove’s Tim Bannister will be joined by the Bank of England’s Rob Elder and Lydia Reid. Together, they’ll help you gain a deeper understanding of the current economic landscape, the banks rate and the policies that will affect you.

Please note: this webinar can only be watched live and there won’t be a recording to watch at a later date.

What to Expect:

• Latest Economic Data: Rob and Lydia will break down the Bank of England’s newly published data from its May Monetary Policy report, to provide you with a clear picture of the current economic climate.
• Interest Rates: Understand the process of how the Bank of England determines interest rates, and how the latest interest rate decisions are expected to influence economic behaviour over the next quarter.
• Future Trends: Gain valuable insights into the trends that are shaping the future of the UK economy and how these could impact financial decision making.
• Live Q&A: Rob and Lydia will help answer your burning questions about the economy and the Bank’s policy making live on air.

We expect this to be a busy webinar, so please submit your questions when registering to stand a better chance of them making the shortlist.

This exclusive opportunity is only available to watch live, so we really hope you can make it.

About the speakers:


Rob Elder became the Bank of England’s Agent for Greater London in May 2018.

Rob has a wealth of experience at the Bank. After joining in 1998, supporting the Monetary Policy Committee for twelve years as an economist and then senior manager, he has also worked in the press office, and more recently, supported the Financial Policy Committee by running a team monitoring developments in the UK banking sector. Between 2010-2012 he also represented the UK on the board of the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC.


Lydia Reid joined the Bank of England’s London Agency in July 2023 having previously completed a 6-month secondment as a Deputy Agent for the East Midlands. She originally joined the Bank in 2020 as a Senior Analyst in the Notes Directorate where she led on business engagement and carried out quantitative and qualitative research with cash users.

Prior to joining the Bank, Lydia worked as an Analyst at the National Audit Office conducting value-for-money audits on government departments such as HMRC. Lydia has also spent over a decade working as a social researcher in academia – completing her PhD in Sociology at the University of Manchester and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at St. John’s College, Durham University.


Tim Bannister joined Rightmove in 2010, having previously worked in investment banking and strategy consulting, advising on business, investment and financing strategies. In his latest role at Rightmove as our Director of Property Science Innovation, Tim combines data, technology and analytics to develop unique insights that drive property decision making. Tim has been a guest on many news outlets such as Sky News and the BBC.


Accredited CPD:

Watching this session LIVE will count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours and will award you a CPD Certificate.

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