SFE YP Parliamentary Reception

Date: 2nd December 2021

Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Location: Members Room, Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Financial Enterprise Young Professionals (SFE YP) are delighted to invite you to our hugely popular flagship event – the SFE YP Parliamentary Reception.
 
The event, kindly sponsored by Royal Bank of Scotland and Daniel Johnson MSP, will be a celebration of young professionals within the financial services industry and an excellent opportunity to engage with senior industry figures and politicians.
 
The themes of the event will be based on our role within Scotland’s financial services strategy, covering topics such as the impact and recovery of covid for young professionals, skills and inclusion, and mental health in the workplace.
 
Timings:
5.30pm     Registration at Scottish Parliament visitor’s entrance
6.00pm     Welcome from Daniel Johnson MSP, Scottish Labour Finance Spokesperson
6.05pm     Remarks from SFE Young Professionals Chair, Milly Batchelor
6.10pm     Remarks from Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills Shirley Anne Somerville MSP
6.15pm     Remarks from Kevin Havelock, RBS
6.15pm     Closing remarks from a senior SFE speaker
6.25pm     Networking & stalls
7.30pm     Event closes
 
Drinks and refreshments will be provided.
 
RSVP: Please register via the link below. Due to ongoing restrictions, there are only 40 spaces available. Register now to avoid disappointment. Please note that masks are required for attendees unless exempt and that attendees will also need to go through airport style security before entering the parliament building.
 
Lobbying (Scotland) Act 2016
On 12 March 2018, the Lobbying (Scotland) Act 2016 came into force. You may wish to make yourself aware of what this means for your organisation and any interactions you may have with Members of the Scottish Parliament and members of the Scottish Government, amongst others, at the event. This Information Leaflet provides a brief overview of the requirements of the Act. Further information can be found in the Parliamentary Guidance produced to accompany the Act: this contains specific information to assist organisers of events.

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