Impact of Brexit and US election result on the economic outlook for the UK | The Anne Frank Trust UK
An expert panel of industry insiders discuss the impact of Brexit and the result of the US election
An expert panel of industry insiders discuss the impact of Brexit and the result of the US election on the economic outlook for the UK
In these unprecedented times, our expert panel of industry insiders discuss the impact of Brexit and the result of the US election on the economic outlook for the UK.
Join us for a fascinating discussion, presented by:
- Jeffrey Sacks – Head EMEA Investment Strategy, Citi Private Bank (Chair)
- George Osborne – Editor-in-chief, The Evening Standard and former Chancellor of the Exchequer
- Tina Fordham – Partner and Head of Global Political Strategy, Avonhurst, Cambridge University Centre for Geopolitics IAB
- Professor Linda Yueh – Fellow in Economics, St Edmund Hall, Oxford University; Adjunct Professor of Economics, London Business School; Visiting Professor, LSE IDEAS
Don’t miss your opportunity to come away inspired, empowered and equipped to overcome tomorrows challenges.
Places are free, but donations are requested for The Anne Frank Trust UK.
The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity that uses the story of Anne Frank to empower young people to recognise and challenge all forms of prejudice and discrimination. Founded in 1991, it works in schools, prisons and communities across Britain, reaching over 120,000 beneficiaries a year. Independent research shows that 97.2% of young people who take part in the charity’s programmes become more positive towards other social groups. With inequality and ‘othering’ exacerbated by the coronavirus lockdown, and as the racist killing of George Floyd has made tragically apparent, the Trust’s work is needed more than ever to promote diversity and social cohesion.
For more information on this event or The Anne Frank Trust email Lara Wilks Sloan, Development Director at [email protected]
We hope you are able to join the webinar.
(Tuesday) 12:00 - 13:00