Neil has previously been GIFA’s guest speaker at two interactive and thought-provoking Directors’ Forum meetings.
This latest event will undoubtedly feature similar discussion, with Neil presenting on, “Global stability, confidence and growth. Are the 2019 targets achievable?” Given the geopolitical situations in various regions that will inevitably influence decisions being made today, this is a timely presentation that should be of interest to GIFA NED Member.
Neil joined The Royal Bank of Scotland in 1995 having graduated with an honours degree in economics and a masters degree in international economics from the University of Essex. He has worked in economic research for 20 years and worked closely with former MPC member Marian Bell.
Whilst working for the Bank, Neil has specialised in UK economic analysis, the Euroland economy and also FX and interest rate markets. His current areas of focus are on the economies of the G10, interest rate and foreign exchange markets.