Transatlantic Economic Outlook in the Post-Brexit world
|Thu. February 27, 2020
08:00 am - 10:30 am
Join us for a look ahead for 2020 on the transatlantic economy.
Expect an engaging discussion about the relationship and inter-connectivity between the European Union and the US economies and their influence on the worldwide financial markets. The discussion will feature a forward looking conversation about the outlook on international growth, investment opportunities & risks, and the impact of government action.
Our economists will share insights on the expected Brexit fall-out (if any) for the European economy, what it means for U.S. companies, and how the future of the EU will look like without Britain (including the effect on the U.S. British relationship, and of course, what the British EU relationship may look like going forward). Our economists will also share their expectations for the U.S. outlook, including prospects for growth and the potential for a new trade war front in Europe.
Join us and hear about key Global Trade, Investment and Economic trends and what they mean for U.S. and European Companies.
● Dana Peterson, Director and Global Economist, CITI RESEARCH
● James Knightley, Chief International Economist, ING
● Jonathan P. Shames, Global Client Service Partner, PE & Geostrategic Business Group ERNST & YOUNG [Moderator]
● Jerome Larosch, Deputy Head Economic Department, THE EMBASSY OF THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS TO THE UNITED STATES
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM - Check in/Networking
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM - Program
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM - Networking
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