In-person Breakfast Briefing with Phillip Duffy, Director-General, Growth and Productivity, HM Treasury

We are delighted to welcome Phillip Duffy, the Director General for Growth and Productivity at Her Majesty’s Treasury for this Breakfast Briefing to share insights into his role.

Join us for your opportunity to:

  • Learn more about priorities for the HMT team, and major policy focusses for the coming 12 months, as we look ahead into the new financial year
  • Explore how collaboration across broader public, private and not for profit sectors can support these plans
  • Discuss how HMT can best work with the private sector to achieve economic growth and productivity goals


  • Philip Duffy

    Director-General, Growth and Productivity

    HM Treasury

    Philip Duffy is the Director-General, Growth and Productivity, HM Treasury. He oversees the Treasury’s work on spending and policies to create sustainable growth across the UK. He also serves as CSA for HM Treasury and is Accounting Officer for the Royal Mint Trading Fund. Philip grew up in Slough, Berkshire. After university, he lived abroad for a while and joined the civil service in 2003. In 2006, he spent a year training with the French civil service. He has worked on a wide variety of subjects, from housing and the environment to community cohesion and immigration. In 2011 he became Director, Immigration and Border Policy at the Home Office, and in 2014 became Chief Operating Officer at the UK Border Force, managing customs, immigration and crime operations at the UK Border. In 2017, he joined HM Treasury as Director, Enterprise and Growth, leading work on transport, productivity, the environment, business support and culture. He was promoted to Director-General in May 2020.



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