Registration will close November 5, 2019 at

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

Almost 2 years on since the decisive vote by the British public, Brexit remains ambiguous. With the UK's current economic integration in the Union, a separation will likely cause some disruption to business, signalling a significant change for the UK business community and the wider economy. With the possibility of a no-deal Brexit remaining a possibility, such uncertainty leaves businesses with questions about trade and investment in the UK.


In the next instalment of our Future of Trade series of activities, we bring you a collaborative event with the Singapore Business Federation (SBF), a group of industry experts and representatives from the UK's Department of International Trade to provide a level of clarity on the impact of the UK's exit from the EU to your business.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This session will be valuable to all those companies trading with, investing in or exploring business opportunities in the UK.


FORMAT OF THE EVENT

Following opening remarks by Her Excellency Kara Owen, British High Commissioner, David Mann, Chief Economist at Standard Chartered Bank will moderate a discussion with senior experts from the banking and professional services industries as well as the director from the Department for International Trade.


With thanks to our Future of Trade series partner, Lloyds Bank, and our co-organisers SBF.

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Location

SBF Center
Seminar Room,
160 Robinson Road,
068914

Singapore

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Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email helen@britcham.org.sgYou can also reach us at +65 62223552