iAdvisory Seminar: Brexit - Business as Usual?

Thu, 26 Oct, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (GMT+8)
IE Singapore Office - Little Red Dot Seminar Room 230 Victoria Street, Bugis Junction Office Tower Level 10, Singapore 188024
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The United Kingdom (UK) is set to leave the European Union in March 2019. Amid all the uncertainty, there are still many opportunities for Singapore companies to explore. In 2015 alone, Singapore recorded the highest trade with the UK in Southeast Asia - S$19.1billion.

This event is designed to help Singapore businesses understand the impact, opportunities and challenges that lie ahead because of Brexit. 

Join us to get an update about Brexit and equip yourself with useful information that can guide your business expansion into the UK. 

Seminar Highlights: 
  1. Understand what has changed since the referendum and what to expect
  2. Identify benefits and opportunities amidst Brexit 
  3. Learn about the UK ASEAN trade corridor to boost your UK exports
  4. Panel session on contingency planning for Brexit 

0930Welcome Address
Speaker: Anne Ho, Divisional Director, Europe HQ, IE Singapore 
0940Opportunities and Impact of Brexit for Singapore Companies
Speaker: Kenneth Toh, Centre Director, Developed Europe, IE Singapore
1000The Future of Trade between UK and Singapore
Speaker: Frank Debets, Managing Partner, Customs and International Trade, PwC Worldtrade Management Services 
1030Tea break
1050Immigration - A Guide to the UK and Post Brexit Plans
Speaker: Ben Sheldrick, Managing Partner and Head of Business Immigration, Magrath Sheldrick LLP 
1120Contingency Planning for Brexit
Moderator: Kenneth Toh, Centre Director, Developed Europe, IE Singapore
Speaker: Teresa Owusu-Adjei, Tax Partner, PwC UK
*Programme is subjected to changes without notice

Who Should Attend: 
CXOs, CIOs, Business Owners of SMEs and key decision makers with interest to get an update on Brexit and the opportunities it entails.  

iAdvisory Seminar: Brexit - Business as Usual?

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