Last chance to book for our 40th birthday celebration at the House of Lords

01 October 2015

40th Birthday celebration - Parliamentary Reception at the House of Lords – Last chance to book

Date: Thursday 8 October, evening

Time:    6.30-8.30              Reception

Venue: House of Lords

Cost: £25 for Corporate and Financial Group members; £35 for non-members.

This year, the CIPR Corporate and Financial Group celebrate their 40th birthday.  And to mark this special anniversary, we’re hosting a Parliamentary Reception at the House of Lords on the evening of Thursday 8 October 2015. Many of the past chairmen are coming to help us to celebrate and Baroness Grender and Simon Lewis will give a short speech. Don’t delay, help us to celebrate – Book here by Sunday 4 October 2015.

Over its forty years, the Corporate and Financial Group has played a valuable role in helping develop our profession. During this time, we have focussed on supporting our members through their careers, helping with their professional development and building their networks.

Our Parliamentary Reception will not just be an opportunity to get together in the company of senior figures from across the corporate and financial world together with friends and colleagues in the historic rooms of the Palace of Westminster. It will be a chance to look forward to the next forty years, discussing some of the issues and challenges that we face as a profession.

For full details and to book click here

2015 Autumn events


Joel Hills, Business Editor, ITV News

Tuesday 13 October, lunchtime: Joel Hills, ITV News - Book here

Event: Joel Hills, ITV News
Date: Tuesday 13 October, lunchtime
Time: 12.30pm for 1 o'clock (sandwich lunch will be served)
Venue: AXA - 5 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AD
Cost: £15 for Corporate and Financial Group members; £20 for non-members on the first occasion and £25 for subsequent meetings.

We are pleased to welcome Joel Hills as our speaker on the 13 October.  Joel has been at the forefront of broadcast journalism for over 15 years. 

He spent 11 years at Sky News, first as a general reporter before being appointed Business Presenter, where he gained recognition for his original journalism and breaking major stories including the Game Group administration and the fact that Bradford and Bingley would not survive as an independent bank.   

Before joining Sky News, Joel worked as a reporter and presenter for ITV Central, having started his career there as a trainee, taking the BT Regional Media Award for Best Newcomer in 2001.

Joel moved to his current role as Business Editor at ITV News in March 2014, where he leads the business coverage and provides in-depth analysis of the latest business stories on the agenda, both in the UK and around the world.


2015 lunchtime meetings:

Tuesday 13 October, lunchtime: Joel Hills, Business Editor, ITV News- Book here

Tuesday 10 November, lunchtime: David Wighton, City Editor, Wall Street Journal Europe - Book here


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