Steve Povall, Managing Director of Residential Estates, will be attending a special dinner event next week (Tuesday 9 August) with Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, Ben Broadbent to discuss the economy and the impact of Brexit.
Commenting on the invitation to attend the small private dinner, Mr Povall said, “There is a great deal of speculation on the immediate and long term future of the UK economy and this meeting provides a great opportunity to discuss any concerns property investors have about investing and to, hopefully, ease some of those worries.
The meeting is a rare chance to meet with Dr Ben Broadbent who, as deputy governor of the Bank of England, is one of the leading figures involved in monetary policy.”
The dinner meeting which will be held at Soughton Hall, Northop, Mold in North Wales is an exclusive event where attendees are invited by invitation only. Steve Povall regularly attends Bank of England briefings and sees this as an important part of the service provided by Residential Estates to its clients.
“Keeping pace with economic developments is vital and ensures we are able to speak to our clients with the right level of knowledge. This is then used by us to provide the most up-to-date advice which ensures they get the best out of their investment in UK property.”
Dr Ben Broadbent was appointed to the position of Deputy Governor on in July 2014 and is a member of the Monetary Policy Committee and Financial Policy Committee. His specific area of responsibility is monetary policy which includes monetary analysis and notes. Dr Broadbent was also Senior European Economist at Goldman Sachs
During the dinner Dr Broadbent will give an overview of the Bank’s current assessment of, and risks to, the UK’s financial system. He will be listening to the views of attendees and answering questions from attendees at the event.