Workings of Her Majesty's Treasury

Workings of Her Majesty's Treasury is a dynamic 3-part seminar delivered entirely by current and former senior civil servants, giving participants the opportunity to learn about how the Treasury functions, who the key figures in the policy making process are, and how business and other departments can effectively engage with the department. It is designed for those within wider public, private and not for profit sectors looking to understand how the Treasury functions in reality. You can access the full agenda here

Participants have the opportunity to learn about the role and structure of the Treasury; functions such as Economic Responsibilities, Public Spending, Taxation and Welfare; the role of SpAds, Ministers, the Permanent Secretary and The Chancellor of the Exchequer; along with how organisations can engage with the Treasury.

By signing up for this event, you will learn more about:

  • The role and structure of the Treasury
  • Economic responsibilities, domestic and international
  • Public spending/spending reviews
  • Taxation and welfare
  • The role of SpAds, Ministers and The Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Engaging with the Treasury

Speakers include:

  • Lord Hammond of Runnymede, Philip Hammond, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer (2016-2019)
  • James Richardson, Chief Economist, National Infrastructure Commission, formerly Director, Fiscal (2012 – 2016) and Director, Public Spending (2008 – 2012) HM Treasury
  •  Lindsey Whyte, Director, Personal Tax, Welfare and Pensions Group, HM Treasury 
  • Tom Josephs, Director, Fiscal, HM Treasury
  • Jane Cunliffe, Chief Financial Officer, Oxfam and former Director, Public Spending, HM Treasury (2016 - 2018) 
  • Clare Harbord, Group Director of Corporate Affairs, Drax
  • More speakers tbc

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3 sessions delivered on:

• Session 1 | Thursday 27 May, 10:00-12:00

• Session 2 | Tuesday 8 June, 10:00-12:00

• Session 3 | Thursday 10 June, 10:00-13:00

Pricing:

Member standard rate: £350 + VAT

Non-member rate: £450 + VAT

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