The U.K.’s planned departure date from the European Union is rapidly approaching, but a Brexit agreement remains elusive. As they plan for the future, the more than 7,500 U.S. firms with operations in the U.K. are challenged to understand the implications of Brexit for the U.K. economy and future access to E.U. markets. Many of these U.S. companies—and others who make up the more than $100BN in annual U.S. exports to the U.K.—have already invested significant resources in preparing for a post-Brexit world without a clear view of the road ahead. How will a “no deal” scenario—which looks increasingly possible—impact trade with the U.K., its corporate structure, and the outlook for the U.K. economy overall?
Join us for a fast-paced webinar as Stuart Green, Chief Economist at Santander Corporate & Investment Bank U.K., discusses Brexit, the potential outcomes, and what they mean for U.S. companies operating in the U.K.
Santander Corporate & Investment Bank U.K.
Stuart joined Santander as U.K. Chief Economist in October 2011 and is responsible for developing the coverage and analysis of the U.K. economy for Santander’s Corporate & Investment Banking client base.
Prior to joining Santander, Stuart worked at a number of the world’s largest financial institutions, with responsibility for the analysis of the U.K. and U.S. economies. He is regularly featured in the financial media and has appeared before the U.K. Parliament’s Treasury Select Committee to provide evidence on the economic impact of fiscal consolidation. Stuart holds a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Manchester.
Head of Mid Corporate Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange
Santander Bank, N.A.
As a leader in Santander’s Mid Corporate banking team, Alfredo brings nearly two decades of international banking experience to advising clients on achieving growth and managing risks in their domestic and global businesses. Having worked at Santander since 2004, and previously at the Banco Santiago Stock Brokers part of Santiago’s Stock Exchange in Chile, he brings broad and practical expertise in doing business in Latin America. Alfredo holds an MBA from UAI Chile.