With the fast approaching date of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU (29th March 2019), several areas remain uncertain. What are the likely economic consequences of leaving the EU?
On the 5th September 2018, CCFGB members and organisations from the retail, finance, legal, energy, consulting, tourism, transport and banking industries came together to discuss the latest on the impact of Brexit and the impact on UK regions and the sectors of the economy based there.
Speakers were Sam Brand (Deputy Director, Market Access Analysis and Insight of Department for Exiting the European Union) and Andrew Sentance CBE (Senior Economic Adviser of PwC). The event was chaired by Angela Hepworth (Corporate Policy and Regulations Director at EDF Energy) and Neil Sherlock CBE (Partner, Senior Adviser of PwC).
Companies attending included:
EDF Energy, PwC, Atout France / France Tourism Development Agency, Chappuis Halder & Co, Consul Général de France, Cripps LLP, ebl miller rosenfalck, French Embassy, Groupe Renault UK & Ireland, Irwin Mitchell LLP, L’Oréal UK, and many others.
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The next session will take place on 31st October. The debate will focus on “Ramifications of Brexit – Where are we now?
For more information, visit the CCFGB website.