Resetting for the future: A window into the global Brexit conversation.
At the fourth and last event in the global Brexit Boardroom series, the Financial Times and KPMG International will hold a private editorial event for board members and business leaders - bringing all the insights from the series of global events into this final session.
Brexit and other geopolitical changes continue to occupy corporate minds across all sectors and geographies. With so little clarity on the way ahead, the implications of Brexit for multinationals operating in the UK remain difficult to assess. Supply chain operations, talent acquisition, data management and other important business functions all stand to be affected by the outcomes of the UK-EU negotiations. Brexit raises questions around potential realignment between the UK, Europe and other regions.
The event will be hosted by Lionel Barber, FT editor and international award winning journalist, and the FT’s Whitehall Editor, James Blitz will provide commentary to the discussion which is held under Chatham House Rules to create an open dialogue in the discussion amongst the C-Suite Executives from different sectors.
This global program is led by KPMG International’s experts on Geopolitics and Brexit in collaboration with the Financial Times. Each of the events are co-hosted by KPMG’s national teams and UK Head of Brexit to bring both global, regional and UK perspectives into the discussions. A suite of collaterals with insights, executive summary reports and video assets from the events in New York, Frankfurt and Tokyo are available. Reach out to KPMG (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.