The lunch will offer you a great opportunity to entertain valued clients, guests and staff, and to generate new business contacts. The price includes reception drinks and lunch with wine, followed by coffee at the beautiful Egyptian Hall in the Mansion House. After lunch we will hear from our guest speaker Michael Saunders, External member of the Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England.
The lunch is organised by the ICAEW London and East Region, and the London Society of Chartered Accountants, in conjunction with various other accountancy bodies including:
- Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- Chartered Accountants Ireland – London Society
- Institute of Financial Accountants
- Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy
- South African Institute of Chartered Accountants
- More to be confirmed shortly
Dress code: Business attire
Event booking conditions
If you book for the event and find that you are unable to attend you may nominate an alternative person for no extra charge. However, if you are unable to find a replacement, the following cancellation charges apply:
Cancellation of booking on or before 22 October 2021 – no charge
Cancellation of booking after 22 October 2021 – 100% cancellation charge
For any event enquires, including the CASSL and younger member discount, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
N.B Please note photographs will be taken at this event. If you do not want your picture to be taken, please make yourself known to the event organiser before the event or upon arrival at the venue.
|Early bird price (available until 30 September)||£65.00 + VAT|
|Normal price (from 1 October)||£75.00+VAT|
|Younger members*||£55.00 + VAT|
|Students||£55.00 + VAT|
Michael Saunders, External member of the Monetary Policy Committee and former UK Economist at Citigroup
Michael was UK economist at Citigroup from 1990 to 2016. From 2008 to 2016, he was also Head of European Economics and managed the Citigroup economics teams in Japan and Australia. Michael originally joined Salomon Brothers, which became part of Citi by merger, as Vice President in 1990. He was promoted to Director and, from 1996, Managing Director. Michael has also been an occasional expert witness on the UK economy for Parliament’s Treasury Select Committee.
From 1988 to 1990, Michael was an economist at Greenwell Montagu (now part of HSBC). He worked as part of a team covering the UK economy.
From 1986 to 1988, he was a research analyst at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, working on the taxation of savings and assets, corporate taxes and oil taxes.
Michael studied Econometrics at London School of Economics, graduating in 1986.