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Philip Hammond – Keynote Speaker

British Conservative politician; Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2016 to 2019

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  • Politics
  • Leadership
  • Brexit
  • Technological revolution
  • Climate change


  • English

Philip Hammond – Keynote Speaker

British Conservative politician; Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2016 to 2019

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British Conservative politician; Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2016 to 2019

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Philip Hammond has been a UK Cabinet Minister and key member of the British Government for almost a decade. Leading four departments over nine years and rising to the second most powerful job in government, he is one of serving under Prime Ministers David Cameron and Theresa May. only three people to serve continuously in the UK cabinet from 2010 to 2019,

Taking on the role of Chancellor of the Exchequer shortly after the 2016 Brexit Referendum, Philip Hammond took charge of the British economy at a time of unprecedented uncertainty.

He has always strongly held the view that nobody voted for Brexit with a view to becoming poorer or less secure, and thus believes the best way of delivering the result of the referendum is to negotiate a deal with the European Union that keeps the UK and EU close economically, even after the UK leaves the EU.

Philip Hammond fought strongly for this approach within the cabinet and has continued to do so since leaving government. He also focused on the needs of businesses and particularly the need to protect London’s global financial markets.

Hammond has focused on the challenges faced by developed economies, specifically: the technological revolution and how it is already transforming the way we work and live our lives; climate change and how to harness the market economy to deliver decarbonisation; demographic shifts and the challenges of an ageing population, and particularly in the UK, the challenge of raising productivity.

Through his roles as Chancellor and as Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond has considerable experience of working with China, and clear views about how to manage the integration of China as a major economic and strategic power into the global system. He also has strong connections in the Gulf region.

He was part of the “E3+3” team that negotiated the JCPOA nuclear arms control deal with Iran in 2015. During his tenure as Defence and then Foreign Secretary, Hammond built strong links with the US and other allied counterparts, both civilian and military, and was a frequent visitor to Afghanistan during the campaign.

Hammond retains a close interest in the strategic challenges facing the Western Alliance and then interrelationship between economic and strategic influences.

Philip Hammond grew up in Essex, England, and studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at University College Oxford. Before entering Parliament in 1997, he ran a number of successful businesses. He stepped down as the Member of Parliament for Runnymede and Weybridge in November 2019 after 22 years serving the Surrey constituency.

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