Time: 16:30 - 18:00
The UK Government finally delivered its Article 50 notice to the European Council on 29 March.
The contents of that letter created much disagreement across the continent almost as soon as it was taken out of the envelope. The prospects for a harmonious two-year negotiation period are therefore rather slim.
But whatever happens next, there will plainly be an extended period of uncertainty whilst the withdrawal discussions continue.
This seminar is intended to provide guidance as to the possible outcomes, and the likely fall-back scenarios in the event that no deal can be struck. The seminar will examine implications for financial services and across other business sectors.
We have established a panel of speakers from different disciplines to provide a broad overview of developments.
Charles Proctor, Partner – Fladgate LLP
Brexit and financial services – implications for providers and users
Thomas Lane – Replus Limited
Understanding the business and its operating environment to identify the risks and opportunities from the UK’s exit from the EU
Gordon Colquhoun – Event Horizon
Research observations into the developments and direction of the UK / EU negotiations and possible outcomes
David Rowson – Strategic Fusion
Keeping stakeholders informed and having a dialogue with the Government to ensure needs are understood
Tuesday 9 May 2017
16.30 Registration and coffee
17.00 Introduction and presentation
18.00 Drinks and canapésAdd to Google Calendar Add to iCal