Briefing will highlight scenario-based impact on macroeconomic factors and the automotive, healthcare and financial services industries
LONDON, Nov. 5, 2018 /CNW/ -- With just five months to go until the UK is scheduled to leave the bloc, uncertainty over post-Brexit conditions prevails in the wake of deadlocked negotiations over the UK's withdrawal agreement at last month's EU summit.
As time ticks down to the March 2019 deadline, the last European Council of 2018 in December is now being considered the likely last chance for a deal to be struck by Britain and the EU.
Frost & Sullivan will host a live, complimentary Growth, Innovation & Leadership (GIL) briefing, Brexit Impact on UK Economy and Industry, on Thursday, 29 November 2018 at 14:00 GMT/15:00 CET.
Join us to for a deep-dive into Brexit scenarios and their implications, mitigation strategies and growth opportunities to leverage forward-looking Brexit insights. The webinar will offer expert insights from Frost & Sullivan's Neha Anna Thomas, Senior Economist; Dorman Followwill, Senior Partner; Luca Raffellini, Head of Business and Financial Services; and Kevin Kelly, Senior Automotive Consultant.
For more information and to register for the webinar, please visit: http://frost.ly/2we
During the session, Frost & Sullivan's domain experts will explore the impact of Brexit on the automotive, healthcare and financial services industries in the context of the three potential divorce scenarios, i.e. the soft Brexit or Chequers model, which is currently being pursued by the UK government; the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) or CETA-Plus-type scenario, based on the EU-Canada trade deal; and a no-deal Brexit scenario, which would have the most damaging impact on trade.
Key benefits of attending this live briefing:
- Learn more about potential Brexit scenarios and their implications for the UK economy and industry
- Identify how Brexit will shape the future of the automotive, financial services, and healthcare industries
- Undertake Brexit scenario-based planning and develop mitigation strategies
- Engage in an interactive Q&A session with Frost & Sullivan's Brexit experts
This webinar will be recorded and available for on-demand viewing at http://frost.ly/1ti.
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