Nearly three years after the UK referendum on European Union membership, Britain is scheduled to leave the bloc on 29 March. Brexit's exact impact remains uncertain, but the repercussions will certainly be felt across the world.
The British Chamber of Commerce Singapore together with The Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) are convening a panel of high-level speakers within days of the exit date for an important event to discuss the implications of Brexit for Singaporean and Asian stakeholders, from the decisions of private business attempting to mitigate risk, to the effect on existing and future trading relationships.
The panellists, moderated by Adam Cotter, Head of Asia for OMFIF, will discuss:
High Commissioner at British High Commission
President, BritCham Singapore, and President, South East Asia, Pacific & South Korea at Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd
Head of Asia and Chief Representative at OMFIF
Associate Professor of Practice at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Director of APEC Policy Support Unit (PSU)
Head of Treasury Research & Strategy and Chief Economist at OCBC
Singapore Cricket Club
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