With the passage of a Brexit deal in January, the U.K., the E.U., and their trading partners have entered a period of transition. For U.S. companies conducting business in Europe or trading with European firms, Brexit has significant implications for trade, staffing, currency risk, financial operations, and more.
What will the economic impact be for the U.K., the E.U. and the U.S.?
What should U.S. companies expect in the post-Brexit landscape?
How will the 2020 transitional period play out?
Join us for a live webinar with Stuart Green, Chief Economist at Santander Corporate & Investment Bank in the U.K., as he shares his perspectives on Brexit and the E.U., and the implications for U.S.based global companies.