07 July, 2016 | (01 hr)
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The “unexpected” Brexit vote has sent shock waves across the global business community, and the final impact still remains unknown. Our team of economists offers an analysis in our recent press release.
In our view (and despite the turmoil in financial markets), the "sky is not falling immediately, but slowly." The fallout from Brexit will add significantly to business uncertainty in coming months for anyone who is, in one way or another, affected by this event.
This webcast will be an opportunity for members to ask questions in real time as we offer insights on how businesses can manage during and after the transition period. We also invite you to submit in advance questions on Brexit to our Ask TCB service. Visit our Brexit webpage for more resources.
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Michael Keaveney was appointed Regional Director UK & Ireland at The Conference Board in October 2015. Prior to his appointment he was Director Great Britain at the British Irish Chamber of Commerce and took an active part in that organization’s promotion of trade policy between Britain...Full Bio
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Andrew Tank is responsible for The Conference Board’s membership in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Associate Members receive on-going research in the fields of productivity, corporate governance and organizational effectiveness, information services and access to exclusive peer g...Full Bio