Miles Celic

Alistair Darling (1953 – 2023)

Commenting on the death of former UK Chancellor Alistair Darling, Miles Celic, Chief Executive Officer, TheCityUK, said:   "We are deeply saddened by the death of Alistair Darling. He was a key figure in steering the economy through the financial crisis

CEO blog: Miles' latest update during a busy autumn

As we head into the winter months, there remains plenty on the agenda and the prospect of a year of considerable change ahead in national and global politics, economics and regulation...

TheCityUK responds to “Edinburgh Reforms” of UK financial services

Following today’s announcement by the Chancellor of a set of reforms to drive growth and competitiveness in the financial services sector, Miles Celic, Chief Executive Officer, TheCityUK, said: “Boosting the industry's competitiveness and securing the UK's position as a world-leading international financial centre is an investment in the nation’s success and in communities across the country.

CEO blog: November 2022

The run-in towards the end of the year has been very busy, with much activity delivered across the breadth of our work programme.

TheCityUK responds to the Autumn statement

Following today’s Autumn Statement by the Chancellor, Miles Celic, Chief Executive Officer, TheCityUK, said: “We welcome the clarity provided by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement, particularly around reforms to Solvency II which will help to unlock investment from insurers for green energy and infrastructure projects across the UK.

TheCityUK welcomes Rishi Sunak’s appointment as PM

Following Rishi Sunak’s appointment as Prime Minister, Miles Celic, Chief Executive Officer, TheCityUK, said: “I offer congratulations to Rishi Sunak on becoming our country’s new Prime Minister.

Miles' blog October 2021

It has been a busy few weeks since my last update, with activity continuing to progress strongly across our strategic priorities.

Miles’ blog July 2021

With many Covid restrictions to be eased from today, firms across the industry have been setting out their plans and expectations for future working arrangements.

Miles’ blog – June 2021

As the government’s roadmap out of lockdown continues to progress to plan, conversations about returning to the office, and more broadly about returning to towns and cities across the UK, are intensifying.