Does your company invest in the UK? Would you like to receive an update on the key sectors for top-tier investment across the country?
If so, don’t miss our upcoming Meliá Business Breakfast!
Hosted by the stunning Meliá White House hotel, Patrons of the Spanish Chamber, our second Meliá Business Breakfast of the year will welcome Lord Dominic Johnson of Lainston CBE, Minister of State for Investment, as its special guest.
Lord Johnson will address topics including:
• Overview and update on the Office for Investment
• Key sectors for investment across the UK
• Opportunities for Spanish companies
The talk will be followed by a Q&A session, prior to the opportunity to network with other guests over a traditional Spanish breakfast.
Date & time: Thursday 2nd March, 8:00am (for an 8:30am start) – 9:30am
Location: Meliá White House | Albany St | London NW1 3UP
This event is free for members of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the UK.
Tickets are limited.
About the Minister:
Lord Dominic Johnson of Lainston CBE was appointed Minister of State in the Department for Business and Trade on 7 February 2023.
He was previously Minister of State (Minister for Investment) in the Department for International Trade between 24 November 2022 and 7 February 2023.
He was Minister of State jointly in the Department for International Trade and the Cabinet Office between 2 October 2022 and 28 October 2022.
He has spent over 25 years in financial services, beginning his career at Robert Fleming in 1995, before moving to Hong Kong to work for Jardine Fleming and then in 2002, after a series of dot com start-ups, heading the marketing for Lloyd George Asset Management – an emerging markets specialist firm.
In 2007 he co-founded Somerset Capital Management LLP as an employee-owned democratic partnership, focussing on pension fund management in developing countries. Between 09 November 2022 and 02 October 2022 Dominic was a non-executive board member of the Department for International Trade. He was Chair of the department’s Audit and Risk Assurance Committee.
Between 2017 and 2019 he was vice-chairman of the Conservative Party.
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