Executive Dinner with Lady Susan Rice CBE
Now in its second year, our Executive Dinner series prides itself on the high calibre of guests and keynote speakers which it attracts.
For our latest instalment of this leading event series, Chamber members will be particularly pleased to hear that Managing Director of Lloyds Banking Group Scotland, Lady Susan Rice CBE, will be the honorary guest.
Susan is one of the world's leading Chartered Bankers and was the first woman to head a UK clearing bank.
Prior to her current role, she was Chairman and Chief Executive of Lloyds TSB Scotland plc after previously holding roles at Bank of Scotland and NatWest Bancorp in New York.
Susan's experience is extremely varied, holding a number of directorships and non-executive titles, including the Bank of England where she chairs the Audit & Risk Committee. She is a non-executive director for Scottish and Southern Energy, a FTSE 30 company where she heads the Remuneration Committee, and a non-executive director with Big Society Capital.
As a personal interest, Susan is a keen proponent of the arts and she chairs the Edinburgh International Book Festival, the Edinburgh's Festivals Forum and the Patrons' Governors of the National Galleries of Scotland.
As an experienced speaker on the future of financial services, leadership, corporate responsibility and the low carbon economy, Susan will address an audience made up of senior executives from within the city's business community.
After the success of last year's dinner with Carolyn McColl, Chief Executive of easyJet which was received extremely positively by delegates, this event promises to be highly rewarding.
At the evening event, attendees will enjoy a three course meal, as well as hearing from Lady Susan Rice CBE. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.
Our second Executive Dinner takes place in the Hilton Hotel on Wednesday 21 November at 6.30pm.
If you would like to attend, tickets are priced at £60 + VAT for members and £90 + VAT for non members.
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