BREXIT key decisions - EY webinar 23 Oct 2019

Oct 11, 2019

The next in the series of Brexit for Financial Services webcasts from EY will be taking place on Wednesday, 23 October 2019 - morning and afternoon sessions.

In the final week ahead of the Brexit deadline, EY will be hosting the latest webcast in their Brexit series to provide an update on political developments and the impact on financial services.

Currently all outcomes remain possible, but by the time their webcast goes live they’ll have greater clarity on the UK’s proposal following the EU leaders summit (17-18 Oct). Whether an agreement is reached or not, they’ll be able to provide the latest updates and consequences for UK Parliament.

Join the panel of senior EY professionals who will cover:

  • An update on the political landscape from the UK - Andrew Pilgrim, FS Government Lead
  • The view from Brussels -David Doyle, Senior EU Advisor
  • Regulatory developments - John Liver, Co-Chair, Global Regulatory Network
  • Market update:
    • Banking & Capital markets - Vera Kukic, UK FS Brexit Lead
    • Insurance - Kabari Bhattacharya, Associate Partner
    • Wealth & Asset Management - Paul Stratford, Partner
  • Immigration considerations - Seema Farazi, Partner, People Advisory Services

Book on this event by logging into the members section, then click on Events and hit the Book Now button.

If you’re not able to attend the live session, a replay will be uploaded, for you to access and view at a later date.

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