Q&A with Iain Martin

Iain Martin

A Q&A with journalist and author Iain Martin

Date: Wednesday 6th November 2013

Location: House of Commons Committee Room 6

Time: 7.00-8.30pm

City Future invites you to attend a Q&A with journalist, editor and author Iain Martin about his newly released book Making it Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS and the Men Who Blew Up the British Economy. Making it Happen is a gripping account of the near-collapse of RBS, and the story of how the bank and Fred Goodwin marched over the edge of the cliff to financial oblivion.

Iain Martin is a successful journalist, editor and now author. A graduate of Glasgow University, he has worked for a number of successful publications as a journalist and editor, including the Daily TelegraphThe Sunday TelegraphWall Street Journal Europe and Scotland on Sunday.

This Q&A will be moderated by Jonathan Isaby, political director at The TaxPayers’ Alliance and former co-editor of the popular and influential ConservativeHome website.

You can now register, for free, on EventBrite.

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Today the organisation has over 600 members from within banking, financial services, professional advisory firms, media, law, insurance, sales and entrepreneurs. City Future has grown to become a leading pressure group for the City and one of the largest young professional networking groups in the Square Mile. Join us here today.

Previous panel discussions have included:

  • Michael Fallon MP, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise and Minister of State for Energy
  • Matthew Elliott, founder TaxPayers’ Alliance
  • Liam Fox MP, former Secretary of State for Defence
  • Lord Shiekh of Cornhill.

The organisation is run by a committee formed of professionals from financial, legal and consulting backgrounds, which is chaired by Sean Garman and Ali Azeem.

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