Tag Archive for 'OGH Hotel'

Investec Chief Economist to give Guernsey presentation on Eurozone economic outlook on 15 May 2012

May 5th, 2012 by Investec Bank Channel Islands Limited

THE Euro crisis will be at the centre of a presentation by Philip Shaw, Investec’s chief economist, who will lead a breakfast briefing in Guernsey on Tuesday 15 May 2012 focusing on fears over Spanish fiscal policy with key elections in France and Greece. ‘UK growth disappointed last year with a number of factors resulting […]

Jeremy Beckwith, former CIO of Kleinwort Benson, gives overview of debt crisis and global economy

February 19th, 2012 by Jeremy Beckwith

Jeremy Beckwith, chief Investment Officer at Kleinwort Benson until October 2011, was guest speaker at the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce lunch at the OGH Hotel in St Peter Port on 16 January 2012. The following text is a transcript of Jeremy Beckwith‘s talk. “My newspaper tells me that today is the most depressing day of the […]

CIGPE hosts Guernsey Airport 2040 lecture on 25 January 2012

January 22nd, 2012 by Channel Island Group of Professional Engineers

The Channel Islands Group of Professional Engineers (CIGPE) hosts a presentation by Gerry Prickett at 8 pm at the OGH Hotel in St Peter Port, Guernsey on 25 January 2012.

States of Guernsey economist Dr Andy Sloan provides an economic perspective on the growth of government spending

May 16th, 2011 by Dr Andy Sloan

The text is a transcript of a presentation given by Dr. Andy Sloan, States of Guernsey Economist, to the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce lunch meeting at the OGH Hotel in St Peter Port, Guernsey on 16 May 2011. ——— The idea of giving a talk on this subject seemed a good idea when Barry Cash, […]

Putting Something Back In – The Guernsey Community Foundation

January 18th, 2010 by Stuart Falla

Stuart Falla MBE was guest speaker at the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce lunch at the OGH Hotel, St. Peter Port in January 2010. Stuart Falla is Chairman of the Garenne Group, which has businesses in both Guernsey and Jersey that employ 500 people. My chosen title today is “Putting something back in.” And whether or […]