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Chair's Dinner

Dinners, Breakfasts & Receptions
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Course Location

, United Kingdom
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Course Date

23 March 2021

Programme

Course Price

No Charge.

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Chair's Dinner



Overview

The BVCA’s annual Chair’s Dinner brings together BVCA Chairs, past and present, along with senior industry figures, parliamentarians, elite members of the media, officials, regulators and other major players in corporate Britain and beyond. The evening also includes the presentation of the South East Management Team Award winners 2020. This exclusive dinner is where we say farewell to one chair and hello to another, reflecting on the 12 months past and the year ahead, one which certainly promises to be very interesting. Please note that this is an invitation-only event. For further information please contact the Events Team.


Agenda

18:00 Guest arrival and pre-dinner reception

18:45 Call for dinner

19:10 Welcome address by BVCA Chair, Cheryl Potter 

19:15 Dinner service

20:30 South East regional MTA's presented by Michael Moore and Mo Merali 

20:40 Dinner service resumes

21:00 Introduction by Cheryl Potter followed by guest speaker, Lord Daniel Finkelstein OBE

21:25 Closing remarks from the BVCA Vice Chair, Neil MacDougall

22:00 Carriages


Speaker

Lord Daniel Finkelstein OBE



Daniel Finkelstein is a columnist and broadcaster and former Executive Editor and Associate Editor of The Times. He is also a member of the Lords and has served as an advisor to the Conservative Party. Danny began his career as Chair of the Young Social Democrats, a group of whom went on to join the Conservatives. After serving as director of a Westminster think tank focusing on social policy, he became a political advisor to John Major and then William Hague and Secretary to the Shadow Cabinet. He played an early role in attempts to modernise the party alongside the likes of David Cameron and George Osborne. Following a brief spell in data communications, Danny joined The Times, started their blog, and worked his way up to the leader columns. He's also written a highly regarded and very distinctive statistics-based football review, and regular columns for The Jewish Chronicle. Known for taking an objective, insider's view of Westminster, Danny is a prominent commentator in the media, and a regular on Radio 4's satirical panel show The News Quiz. His talks provide a sharp and entertaining insight into the political scene examining the key policies and personalities with wry humour and genuine knowledge.


Dress Code

Business Attire


Menu

Starter
Chicken liver parfait, red onion marmalade

Main
Beef Wellington with truffle jus, with selection of vegetables

Dessert
Apple tart tatin with salted caramel ice cream

Wine
Chateau Le Crock 2009
012 Bourgogne Blanc 2016


Location

106 Pall Mall
St. James's
London
SW1Y 5EP

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Price

Complimentary by invitation only

COURSE FREQUENCY

ALTERNATIVE DATE

AUDIENCE

GROUP SIZE

0 - 300 PEOPLE

COURSE DIRECTOR

CPD

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Coronavirus notice

Our courses have been adapted into interactive online workshops to support your training needs during the coronavirus outbreak.

Please contact training@bvca.co.uk for more information or to ask about alternative dates.




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Further information

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE BVCA

 +44 (0)20 7492 0400

 training@bvca.co.uk