Jersey Finance is delighted to be hosting an exclusive event for our CEO Connect Members at Anna’s Restaurant, Jersey on Tuesday 21 March, between 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm. Invited guests will hear a keynote speech from Dr Andrew Sentance CBE, a respected writer and commentator on domestic and international economic affairs.
CEO Connect is a ‘bolt on’ option to membership and provides CEOs with timely and informative content, access to exclusive events, as well as a host of additional benefits. If you would be interested in finding out more about our CEO Connect programme, or if you have any questions on your membership, please get in touch via email.
For more information about this event, please contact with our events team.
With a career in financial services spanning four decades, Joe has a strong commitment to the future success of the industry in Jersey.
Joe commenced his professional life in the banking sector, rising to the position of CEO of Jersey and the Isle of Man for a major bank, which included responsibilities for trusts and investments. In recent years, he expanded his focus as Director of Financial Services within the Government of Jersey, where he worked closely with industry and regulator to ensure the island’s position as a leading international finance centre. Before joining Jersey Finance in February 2019, Joe was working to establish high-reputation regulatory frameworks and business models for IFCs in the Middle East and Africa.
Dr Andrew Sentance CBE
A former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), Andrew Sentance is now a Senior Economic Advisor to PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers). He is also a respected writer and commentator on domestic and international economic affairs.
A career economist, Andrew previously worked for British Airways, where he became Chief Economist and was appointed to a team of five senior leaders charged with turning the business around and preparing it for the future. He then joined the CBI as Economic Policy Director and sat on a commission exploring ways to shift the tax burden away from ‘good’ things like employing people to ‘bad’ things that, for example, harm the environment.
Andrew served at the Bank of England during a period a historic financial turmoil and a time when the Committee’s decisions were subject to international scrutiny.