Business Forum Manager, 2011-14 and Financial Policy Research Fellow, 2013-14
Emily runs the Business Forum, leading our engagement with existing corporate donors. Day-to-day, this involves managing relationships with companies from a wide range of different sectors, including ensuring business needs are properly represented within the Business Forum, leading a programme of high-quality events and briefings, and actively account-managing Business Forum members.Emily has a breadth of private sector experience, including four years at KPMG, firstly in Corporation Tax and latterly in Government Advisory. A qualified Chartered Accountant, she read Law at the University of Bristol.
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by Emily Redding | Jun 10, 2013Read Publication Up to 48 million British taxpayers would have the opportunity to receive a no risk stake in RBS and Lloyds, under a new plan that would lead to the largest privatisation ever seen in the UK. Under the plan devised by think tank, Policy Exchange, up to...
by Emily Redding | Apr 10, 2014WEAK and ineffectual boards are a risk to the health of their companies and to the whole UK economy. As the Flowers chairmanship of Co-op Bank showed, a board that does not contain the right mix of skills and experience will not be able to prevent mistakes from...
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RT @Telegraph Robert Ede, head of health and social care policy at Policy Exchange and the lead author of the report: 🔴"This is an enormous clinical risk. A proportion of these patients will have a cancer and other urgent hidden conditions" Read full report details👇 telegraph.co.uk/news… pic.twitter.com/sRjW…