EY Webcast – ‘New Government, New Brexit?’

Dec 09, 2019

EY – ‘New Government, New Brexit?’

Webcasts - Tues 17 Dec either 08:00 or 15:00 starts (duration 1 hour)

The next in the series of EY Financial services webcasts, giving you 2 options to join. Consider listening in individually or as part of a team.

With the UK’s decision to hold a General Election in December, following a further extension of Article 50 to the 31 January 2020, it’s become clear that much of the electoral debate will be on the future of the UK’s relationship with the EU, and all scenarios continue to remain plausible.
 
EY will be hosting their latest webcast in the week following the General Election where they will be able to discuss which route the newly elected government proposes to take forward.
 
To hear the latest insights, please join the panel of senior EY professionals who will cover:

  • An update on the political landscape from the UK - Andrew Pilgrim, FSO Government Lead
  • The view from Brussels - David Doyle, Senior EU Advisor
  • Regulatory developments - John Liver, Co-Chair, GlobalRegulatory Network
  • Market update: 
    • Banking & Capital Markets - Vera Kukic, UK FSO Brexit Lead
    • Insurance - Simon Woods, EMEIA FSO Insurance Brexit Lead
    • Wealth & Asset Management - Paul Stratford, Associate Partner
  • Immigration considerations - Seema Farazi, FSO Immigration Lead

The webcast will include a 15-minute Q&A. 

Book on the relevant session by logging into the members section, then Events and hit the Book Now button.

When you register you will have the opportunity to submit a question before the webcast. This can be done by emailing email fsbrexitevents@uk.ey.com

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