Upcoming events –
22-25 March 2021
National Housing Summit 2021
The National Housing Summit is housing’s premier event, which will be held online on 22-25 March.
We’ve designed a sharp, bold agenda to inspire and challenge you to consider your priorities and strategy. Book now to join fellow leaders and be a part of reshaping the future of social housing in light of the challenges presented in the last 12 months.
Wednesday 31 March 2021
NTI Live Insolvency Conference
NTI’s Third Online Insolvency Conference sponsored by Manolete is on the 31st March and provides 6 hours CPD, brilliant guest speakers and all your need-to-know updates. If you cannot attend live dont worry simply catch up on demand from 1 April 2021.
Other talks & events
In addition to the above events, Trevor frequently gives lectures & talks at universities, schools and business dinners including;
- Cardiff Business School
- St Marys University
- University of Derby
Trevor in action;
Click the image to hear Trevor discussing the beginning of the return to normality on the Global Business Programme on CGTN.
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Trevor appears in the item at 05:46 after several current news items.
Click on the image above to hear Trevor discuss the latest economic data, asking where the British economy is heading after last year’s vote to leave the European Union.
Presented by John Rees, who is also joined on the telephone by analyst David Madden from CMC Markets. Click the image above
Trevor talks to Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Derby, Melanie Powell, about Brexit and the triggering of Article 50. Click the image above
Wednesday 17 March 2021
Housing Finance 2021
09:40 – Trevor will be giving the Economic update
The impact of the coronavirus outbreak and Brexit on the UK economy and social housing sector
- The economic effects on global growth, inflation and interest rates
- Government debt levels and interest rates
- Expecting a financial boom: inflation and economic stability
Trevor Williams, Visiting Professor, University of Derby and Chairman, Institute of Economic Affairs, Shadow Monetary Policy Committee
10:10 – React and respond panel discussion
Impact of the coronavirus outbreak on housing associations’ business plans and model
The current political and economic backdrop is prompting wider discussions around what it means for the social housing sector today, and more specifically finance and treasury functions. Join our panellists to explore how finance teams can start planning an economic recovery and rebuild financial resilience.
- The ability to access capital markets and the timing of this
- The importance of the role the treasury function plays as safeguarding organisations
- Connecting the dots between financial impact and operational impact
Tuesday 11 February 2021
AON (US) Property Symposium