EACCNY Brexit Musings
For this initiative, the European American Chamber of Commerce (EACC) in New York asked members from across various industries to ‘muse’ about the now imminent Brexit.
The idea for these insights was to mentally play through different scenarios – a comprehensive deal, or a crash out at the end of 2020 – on a few select business issues that will be effected by Brexit, and to outline the consequences each possible outcome could have.
We hope you will enjoy the EACCNY Brexit Musings!
Episode 7: The issue of financial equivalence post-Brexit with the CEO of Galileo Global Advisors
In this episode of the “EACCNY Brexit Musings”, Isabel Verkes interviews Georges Ugeux, as he gives his views on what to expect from the financial sector post-Brexit. Georges is Chairman and CEO of GALILEO GLOBAL ADVISORS and adjunct professor at COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL. Isabel is a research associate at the same firm.
Episode 6: Time to get real – a practical guide to Brexit with EY
In this episode of the “EACCNY Brexit Musings”, Sally Jones, the UK Brexit and Trade Strategy Lead at ERNST & YOUNG, will take you through the ten key Brexit domains (goods and customs; supply chain; trade in services; talent; IT systems; legal; regulatory; commercial; Ireland; and tax and finance) and set out some of the operational actions every business that trades in or with the UK needs to take. She is joined by her colleague, Adam Fraser, the Business Development leader for EY’s Brexit team in the UK.
Episode 5: Diving into Brexit with Bannockburn and Bloomberg
In this episode of the “EACCNY Brexit Musings”, we will hear from Marc Chandler, Managing Director & Chief Markets Strategist at BANNOCKBURN GLOBAL FOREX and Kathleen Hays, Global Economics and Policy Editor for BLOOMBERG TV & RADIO. Their discussion will focus on the far-reaching implications of Brexit on the sterling and Foreign Exchange Market. Starting with a chat on the near-term disruption of Brexit on January 1, Marc and Kathleen will then “muse” about what it may look like five years or so down the road. Does the independence from the EU cost it to lose Scotland? Northern Ireland? Does sterling become more of less important of a global currency? Is its per capita GDP going be rising faster or slower? Will a new financial center(s) on the Continent erode London’s status. In a world that is dominated by the size of few large economies, the US, China, the EU, Japan, India, what is the role of the UK?
Episode 4: The Northern Irish Protocol with Lucinda Creighton at Vulcan Consulting
This episode of the “EACCNY Brexit Musings” series explores the impact of the Northern Irish Protocol on the Withdrawal Agreement and delves deeper into the various outcomes and consequences of Brexit. Our speaker today is Lucinda Creighton, CEO of VULCAN CONSULTING, who is also a former Irish Minister for European Affairs, and Member of the Irish Parliament; who is accompanied by her colleague, Scott McCulloch in a Q&A discussion.
Episode 3: Studying your Physical & Financial Supply Chains with EEE Corporate Group
This episode of the EACCNY Brexit Musings features Nemanja Eckert, Chief Risk Advisor for EEE CORPORATE GROUP LLC; and a discussion on the need for proper preparation to your physical and, more importantly, your financial supply chains with Brexit.
Episode 2: The Republic of Ireland & Brexit
In this episode of the EACCNY Brexit Musings series, it is clear that planning for the future requires analysis of the present, however a plan without resources and execution is just an hallucination. Hear from Ciaran Madden, Ireland’s Consul General in NY, and Sean Davis, the Regional Director for Enterprise Ireland North America on the work taking place across the Irish political and commercial ecosystems executing plans to prepare for whatever scenario Brexit may bring.
Episode 1: A discussion of VAT in the light of Brexit by Andersen Tax
In this episode of our “Brexit Musings” Series, we discussed the impact of Brexit on value-added tax (VAT) with our members from Andersen Tax: Benno Tamminga and Sarah Shears. They will explore how to navigate the UK since the UK will be leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union, and the new customs border between the UK and EU starting January 1, 2021. Benno and Sarah will discuss the impact of Brexit on VAT within the context of US businesses, what immediate action should be taken and other issues for consideration.