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POST BREXIT BRITAIN - WHAT'S NEXT FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

Afford Bond will be participating in the South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce Brexit Event next month - in conjunction with NatWest Bank PLC, Poole Alcock LLP and Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management Ltd.

The event is open to all Chamber of Commerce members and will be an informative morning considering the potential implications and opportunities that Post Brexit Britain may bring for your business. Guest speakers will include Nicholas Stamenkovic an Economist with Nat West Bank PLC and Luke Pritchard, Solicitor with Poole Alcock.

Nicholas Stamenkovic has worked for a variety of financial institutions in the UK as an economist and strategist. His main focus is on key events in global economies and financial markets with a bias towards fixed income, interest rates and exchange rates. He will discuss the outlook for growth, interest and currency rates, plus productivity performance, key to medium – term trajectory for the UK economy. Luke Pritchard will offer an overview of the legal consequences of Brexit within your business.

Following both presentations there will be a Q & A session with panel of experts including representatives from Cheshire Accountants Afford Bond, and Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management Ltd.

Timings:

Date: Thursday 7th March 2019

Venue: The Shropshire Suite, Wychwood Park Hotel, Weston, Crewe, CW2 5GP

7.45 – 8.15am Registration, refreshments and networking

8.15- 8.20am Welcome and introductions, Paul Colman CE, Chamber of Commerce

8.20 – 9.00am Guest speaker Nicholas Stamenkovic, Economist, NatWest Bank

9.00 – 9.15 am Guest Speaker, Luke Pritchard, Solicitor, Poole Alcock LLP

9.15 – 9.40am Q&A expert panel: Cheshire Accountants Afford Bond, NatWest Bank, Poole Alcock LLP, Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management Ltd

9.40 – 10am Open networking

If you are a Chamber member and would like to attend, please complete the 'Book Your Place' Event Registration link on their website at http://www.sccci.co.uk/portal/event/1714/post-brexit-britain-what-next-f...