Responding to Brexit and global influences

Responding to Brexit and global influences

2017 will bring economic and political change. Hear from experts and business leaders about how they are responding.


Director, Public Policy

KPMG in the UK


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2017 will bring economic and political change. The inauguration of the new US President and the triggering of Article 50 will have a significant impact on the economic and trading environment for UK companies. Business leaders need to adapt to the new landscape, and be agile in their response. 

For insight into how Britain’s exit from the EU will impact business visit KPMG’s Brexit Column and subscribe to weekly updates

We asked Gerard Lyons, former Chief Economic Adviser to Boris Johnson and former Chief Economist at Standard Chartered Bank, whether business leaders fully understand the implications of Brexit and how it might affect them.

We also hear from Chris Coupland, CIO of Lloyd's Register, and Adrian Guttridge, Executive Director at Xchanging, about how the referendum has affected their business planning for the next two years.

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