Brexit: The Impact of the UK Leaving the EU

Wednesday, 22nd June 2016
15:00 GMT

Join our leading economists for this conference call discussion on what the impact may be if the UK decides to leave the EU with just one day to go before the referendum.

Conference Audio

Overview

BREXIT REFERENDUM SURVEY

 

Please join our leading economists for this conference call discussion on what the impact may be if the UK decides to leave the EU with just one day to go before the referendum.

What will be the impact on Europe and Britain if there is an exit?

What effect might there be on London’s reputation as the worlds’ leading financial centre?

What will be the impact on British manufacturing and services exports?

If Britain were to leave the EU would it lead to more Quantitative Easing?

Could Brexit trigger the next phase of the eurozone crisis or even the break-up of the EU?

How will the Brexit vote impact institutional changes within the EU?

What will the EU look like in 2030?

Speakers

Didier Borowski

Didier Borowski

Head of Macroeconomics
Amundi

Didier Borowski is Head of macroeconomics at Amundi. He joined Amundi in 2010 as Head of Rates and FX strategy and was appointed Co Strategy Team Manager of Economic Research in 2011. Before joining Amundi , he was senior economist and strategist of Société Générale Asset Management (2000-2009). Previously, Didier Borowski was an economist in the Forecasting Directorate of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. He also served as an expert at the European Commission. After obtaining a DEA international macroeconomics, he spent two years with the Ministry of Economy of the Central African Republic. Didier Borowski is Doctor of Economics and Professor at the Paris Nord University (2007-2011).

Speakers

Nikolay Markov

Nikolay Markov

Economist
Pictet Asset Management

Nikolay Markov, Economist, is in charge of the UK macro coverage at Pictet Asset Management. He is in charge of Central Banks watching at Pictet AM. He also has professional experience with the Swiss National Bank, Monetary policy analysis unit in charge of research projects on monetary policy rules. His research interests include Monetary Theory and Policy, Central Bank Credibility and Predictability, International Economics, Business cycles and Financial stability.

Speakers

Brunello Rosa

Brunello Rosa

Senior Economist
Roubini Global Economics

Brunello Rosa is Managing Director, Developed Markets (ex-North America) at Roubini Global Economics (now 4Cast-RGE). He is part of the global thematic team and leads RGE's research on developed markets, G10 rates and currencies. Brunello joined Roubini from the Bank of England, where he mostly worked in its Markets area, in the division that implements monetary policy and provides liquidity insurance. He also contributed to the market intelligence program, gathering insights from the asset management and private equity industries as well as from UK inflation markets.

Speakers

Brian Coulton

Brian Coulton

Chief Economist
Fitch Ratings

Brian Coulton is Chief Economist at Fitch ratings, responsible for the development of Fitch's economic research on a global basis. Mr. Coulton joined Fitch from Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) Limited, where he was their Emerging Market Strategist since late 2010. Prior to LGIM, Mr. Coulton spent over ten years with Fitch Ratings where he was responsible for sovereign ratings in Europe and Fitch's global macroeconomic view. Prior to that, he was an economic adviser at the UK Treasury.