Bank of England Flagship Seminar with Professor Lord Nicholas Stern

Professor Lord Stern was in conversation with Governor Andrew Bailey on Monday 18 January at 1:30pm.

About the seminar

Sustainable Recovery and Sustainable Growth in the Global Economy: a crucial decade for the world and a year for UK leadership.

During the session Professor Lord Stern discussed the opportunities to create a sustainable recovery, the transition to net zero, and the role and impacts on various economic sectors. There was also an opportunity for participants to submit questions during the session.

This event was hosted as a webinar. The seminar was recorded for those who were unable to attend.

Watch the recording Opens in a new window

Professor Lord Nicholas Stern is IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government, Co-Director of the India Observatory, and Chair of the Grantham Research Institute of Climate Change and Environment at LSE. He has previously held posts at various UK & overseas universities, and as Chief Economist at both the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank. He was Head, UK Government Economic Service 2003-2007, and produced the Stern Review on the economics of climate change. He was knighted for services to economics in 2004, made a life peer in 2007, and appointed Companion of Honour for services to economics, international relations and tackling climate change in 2017. He is a member of the High-Level Advisory Group for COP26 of the UNFCCC.

If you have any queries please contact

Sustainable Recovery and Sustainable Growth in the Global Economy - slides

  • Information we collect

    Thank you for responding to the invitation for the Bank of England Flagship Seminar. To facilitate your attendance for the event, we process your personal data. This information includes your business contact and professional information (and other information relevant to your attendance, such as dietary requirements).

    Why we need your personal data

    We collect your personal data to register and provide you with access to the event platform.

    It is in our legitimate interest to process your personal data as part of promoting understanding of the Bank’s unique role, fostering better working relationships and providing educational materials to firms and the general public.

    If you provide us with any information that could be considered of a special category (for example, information to make special arrangements for building access), we process this data with your consent. You may withdraw your consent at any time by emailing

    What we do with your personal data

    We use the information to prepare and co-ordinate the event, including managing access to the event platform. We may also contact you with any queries, or additional updates about the event. We may use your data to invite you to future events, and to assess and better manage future events.

    We use GoToWebinar to host the webinar. GoToWebinar is a product offered by LogMeIn. The Supplier hosts the Solution and all data processed on it. For more information, see GoToWebinar’s security practices and privacy policy Opens in a new window.

    We will keep your registration data for 5 years from your last interaction with us. We will retain recordings and images for as long as is necessary to support our ongoing awareness activities.

    Your rights

    You have a number of rights under data protection laws (for example, you have the right to ask us for a copy of the personal data the Bank holds about you. This is known as a ‘Subject Access Request’). You can ask us to change how we process or deal with your personal data, and you may also have the right in some circumstances to have your personal data amended or deleted.

    To find out more about those rights, to make a complaint, or to contact our Data Protection Officer, please see our privacy policy.

This page was last updated 31 January 2023