AERL and the European Economics and Financial Centre - EEFC are delighted to invite you for a webinar on Economic Implications of Brexit: Going Forward presented by Professor Hannah Scobie, Chairman of the European Economics & Financial Centre and Professor of Economics at the University of London.
This webinar is designed to provide an overview of where the UK stands in its negotiations on the future relationship with the EU and explores the path going forwards. Inevitably Brexit and COVID-19 will be intertwined in the future. This presentation is designed to isolate the pandemic virus from Brexit and trace the economic consequences of the latter – highlighting some of the costs of Brexit affecting different sectors of the UK economy.
Professor Hannah Scobie graduated from the London School of Economics and received a Ph.D. from Cambridge University. She serves as Chairman of the European Economics & Financial Centre and Professor of Economics at the University of London. She also acts as a Registered Representative of the London Stock Exchange and assists the European Commission and many governments on a variety of economic and financial projects; such as advising the US Government on the relationship of taxation to attracting foreign investment and the UK Parliament on the implications of European Monetary Union for Britain. Prof. Scobie has also been an advisor to a number of financial institutions; such as JP Morgan, Societé Général, UBS, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank. In addition to this, she is the author of numerous published books and articles in the field of economics and finance.