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Brexit: The Past, The Present and The Future

Americas, Non-Japan Asia, Japan, Europe, Middle East, Africa
France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom
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The vote to leave the European Union is a significant decision which is likely to impact global markets, the EU, the UK and the financial services industry. However, the full impact will only be known over time, once the series of complex negotiations that are currently taking place to determine the United Kingdom’s new relationship with the European Union have concluded.

Morgan Stanley invites you to join our Chief UK Economist, Jacob Nell, for a unique live webinar. We will take a look back at the referendum, where the talks have got to, and how the UK is already adjusting to the new relationship. And then we will look forward to consider what outcome to expect from the Brexit talks and what impacts it might have, in particular on the economy and the financial services industry.

Who has the stronger hand in the Brexit negotiations? What does hard Brexit look like compared to soft Brexit? How might the consumer be affected by the outcome?


The webinar will be shown on 14 September, 2017 at 19:00 BST. We will share the webinar log in details with all those who have registered an interest few hours ahead of the presentation.

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Online - details will be released a few hours ahead of the presentation

This Program is closed to applications.