Future Forum 2016

On Friday 14 October 2016, the Bank of England hosted Future Forum in Birmingham.

How can the Bank of England serve society and maintain stability in times of change?

PDF Future Forum Agenda 2016

This event brought together people from different sectors of the community to discuss our role in promoting the good of the people of the United Kingdom in times of uncertainty, with the following central question:

Summaries from the morning roundtable sessions

Visual artistic scribe of Future Forum 2016, Mark Carney

Mark Carney, Governor

How can the Bank, with its responsibility for monetary and financial stability, support the most vulnerable members of society?
Visual artistic scribe of Future Forum 2016, Jon Cunliffe

Jon Cunliffe, Deputy Governor, Financial Stability

What are the key economic challenges that smaller firms expect to face in the future? How can we improve access to finance for SMEs in the current environment?
Visual artistic scribe of Future Forum 2016, Minouche Shafik

Minouche Shafik, Deputy Governor, Markets and Banking

How can we improve trust and understanding in the Bank of England and why should that matter?
Visual artistic scribe of Future Forum 2016, Sam Woods

Sam Woods, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, CEO of the PRA

What challenges do large companies expect to face in their ability to access funding and manage risk through the banking and insurance sectors?
Visual artistic scribe of Future Forum 2016, Ben Broadbent

Ben Broadbent, Deputy Governor, Monetary Policy

How can the Bank of England help students better understand its role in and impact on the economy?
Visual artistic scribe of Future Forum 2016, Charlotte Hogg

Charlotte Hogg, Chief Operating Officer

How can the Bank of England support technological innovation in the future?

Summaries from the afternoon plenary

Visual artistic scribe from afternoon plenary
Visual artistic scribe - summary of afternoon plenary
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