Our Boardroom and Executive Briefing service offers access to incisive briefings on the key economic issues of the day, and their crucial business implications, from our most senior and experienced economists.
Carefully designed to meet the decision-making needs and responsibilities of the most senior leadership in client businesses and organisations, our briefings draw on the extensive expertise of our 250 economists and consultants in 22 offices around the globe.
The service harnesses our in-depth economic data and forecasting capabilities, together with analysis of key risks. Our senior advisors will distil the results of this analysis to meet your exact requirements - and deliver the sharp and actionable insights you need for success.
For more information or to arrange a presentation, please contact Courtney Egan who will advise on how we can help with your requirements.
These presentations are designed to be delivered at Board or Executive Committee level. They will be delivered with jargon-free clarity and high conviction calls on the key questions confronting clients.
The length and coverage will be tailored to individual requirements and can be one-off, for instance at the start of the corporate planning process, or on a regular quarterly or six-monthly basis. Others will want to employ these briefings as part of senior management away days.
The Oxford Economics Boardroom and Executive Briefings service is led by Ian McCafferty, Senior Adviser:
Ian is one of the UK's best-known business economists and among its most influential economic commentators and former policy-makers. He served as a member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, setting UK interest rates and wider monetary policy, from September 2012 until August 2018.
Before his appointment to the Bank of England, Ian was Chief Economic Adviser at the CBI, the UK's leading business organisation, for more than a decade from September 2001.
Ian joined the CBI from BP plc, the British multinational oil and gas "super-major", where he served as Head of Macro-economics. Previously, he spent ten years in the City of London, as Chief International Economist at NatWest Markets (now the investment arm of Royal Bank of Scotland) and at Baring Securities. Earlier in his career, he also worked for the CBI, as Head of Economic Trends, following spells at The Economist newspaper and the International Chamber of Commerce, in Paris.
Ian is currently Visiting Professor at King's College, London. He has previously been a member of the advisory boards to the UK Innovation Research Centre, run by the University of Cambridge and Imperial College, London, of the Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge, and of the International Economics Programme at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House) in London. He is a Fellow of the Society of Professional Economists.
Ian McCafferty graduated from Durham University, before post-graduate work at the University of Amsterdam, culminating in the equivalent of an M.A. He was awarded an honorary doctorate in economics by the UK's Nottingham Trent University in 2012. He was made a CBE in January 2019.