The New Economy: Beyond BREXIT

12 Mar 2019
12:00pm - 2:00pm GMT

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Non-member
08 Mar 2019
£40.00
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Guest of Member
08 Mar 2019
£30.00
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We are especially delighted to bring you an exciting talk by Stephanie Flanders, just back from the Davos World Economic Forum, exploring the global economy and the growing tensions between economics and politics as we continue the journey beyond BREXIT into a New Economy. The event is graciously hosted by Nomura and will also mark CWN’s celebration of International Women’s Day. Light catering will be provided.

About Stephanie

Stephanie Flanders has been Senior Executive Editor for Economics at Bloomberg News and head of Bloomberg Economics since October 2017. She was previously Chief Market Strategist for Europe at J P Morgan Asset Management in London (2013-17) and both BBC Economics Editor and BBC Newsnight’s Economics Editor   (2002-13).  She was Senior Advisor and speech writer to US Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers (1997-2001). She has also been a reporter at the New York Times, editorial-writer and economics columnist at the FT and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School.  In 2016 she was appointed Chair of the Inclusive Growth Commission for the Royal Society of Arts, which delivered its final report in March 2017.

 

Timings:
12.00pm - 12.30pm – Arrival and registration
12.30pm - 12.45pm – Introductions
12:45pm - 1.15pm – Guest speaker - Stephanie Flanders
1.15pm - 1.30pm – Q&A 
1.30pm - 2:00pm – Networking and Close

 

Venue:
Nomura, Thames Suite
1 Angel Ln, London EC4R 3AB, UK

 

Pricing:
Individual member: Free of charge
Corporate member: Free of charge
Guest of Member: £30
Non-member: £40
 

 

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12 Mar 2019
12:00pm - 2:00pm GMT

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