Date: 2nd May 2012
Venue: Crosse Keys
Time: 6:00pm start, presentation at 7pm.
We will be holding a networking meeting in London on May 2nd from 6pm onwards. It will be held at The Crosse Keys, 9 Gracechurch Street, City of London, London, EC3V 0DR, food and cash bar available. Booking is not necessary but if you are able to come it would be helpful to know approximate numbers, just reply to this email.
At this meeting we will have a discussion on: How far can you trust a model when using it to inform decision-making?
Dr Robert Thurlby will lead the initial discussion.
Bob is an expert in the strategic issues facing the utilities industries, notably the effective long-term management of their costly networks of physical assets. In recent years, this range of issues has seen a growing focus on major risks faced by such firms, arising from climate change, criminality, terrorism and other factors. After an extensive career within the industry, including senior positions with BT and Serco, Bob now advises large European utilities companies and industry regulators.