Brexit: the impact from a legal, economic and investment viewpoint

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14 April 2016


Saunderson House200Saunderson House cordially invites you to a seminar to explore the potential impact of Brexit from a legal, economic and investment viewpoint.

The EU referendum is a once in a generation decision which will affect us all, personally and professionally. The event takes place at a venue close to Liverpool Street Station in London, on Thursday 26 May, with a choice of two sessions – morning or afternoon.

The seminar will include presentations by Azad Zangana, Senior European Economist & Strategist, Schroders and Philip Wood CBE, QC, Allen & Overy and Christopher Sexton, Investment Director, Saunderson House.

There will be a chance for input from the floor during a panel discussion on the key issues and challenges. You will also have the opportunity to network with your peers. Refreshments will be served.

CPD – The seminar qualifies for 2 hours of structured learning  under the CII Scheme and 2 hours towards continuing competency learning under the SRA Scheme.

We hope you are able to join us.

Date: Thursday 26 May 2016:

Session 1: Click here to book

08:30 for registration and light breakfast; 09:00 for the seminar followed by panel discussion and 11:00 for coffee

Session 2: Click here to book

13:00 for registration and sandwich lunch; 13:30 for the seminar followed by panel discussion and 15:30 for coffee

Venue: Allen & Overy, One Bishops Square, London, E1 6AD

The event is complimentary. Places are limited so do reserve your space today.

If you cannot attend this event but would like to be contacted by an adviser to discuss your finances please click here.



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