16 July 2021
East Midlands Deputy Agent for the Bank of England
Jamie will provide an update on current economic conditions in the UK, and discuss the Bank’s latest thinking about an economic recovery for the rest of the year.
Hope you can join us for our online catch-up.
Jamie Jordan bio
Jamie became our Deputy Agent of the East Midlands in January 2020.
Before joining us, he was a university lecturer, researching and teaching in the field of international political economy.
Jamie was a Lecturer in International Relations at De Montfort University in Leicester (2018-2020) and an Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellow in European Integration and Employment Relations at University College Dublin (2017-2018).
Before that, he was a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Nottingham where he also received his Ph.D. in International Relations.
Jamie has a keen interest in music, especially hip-hop, jazz and electronic genres, several sports, and reading about political, economic and social affairs.
What to expect at NCBC
Log on to Zoom at 13:00 with informal catch-up.
NCBC Council will welcome everyone to call and update members of the current state of events and welcome the guest speaker.
Guest speaker will take to the 'podium' for their speech. Please post questions into the online chat.
Guest speaker will answer questions posed during the presentation.
Get to know your fellow members with smaller discussion groups and closing remarks from the NCBC Council.
Why join NCBC
Meet potential business contacts
As a member you’ll be invited to a monthly lunch-time event on the third Friday of each month (excluding August) to meet with other members and hear from our guest speaker.
There are various opportunities to promote your business through word of mouth, our social media channels and also sponsorship.
We organise additional events throughout the year giving our members additional opportunities to meet and learn more about what’s happening in Nottingham.
Book for 16 July 2021
Jamie will provide an update on current economic conditions in the UK, and discuss the Bank’s latest thinking about an economic recovery for the rest of the year. Hope you can join us for our online catch-up.