Political Outlook for the US and UK into 2023: What does the shifting political climate mean for business

The UK has now seen its shortest-serving Prime Minister with Liz Truss being ousted from the job in October, and the US is finally through its rollercoaster mid-term season with the Georgia runoff election in December.

Join BritishAmerican Business as we bring together a panel of experts to unpack the implications of the surprising and tumultuous political landscape in both the US and UK, and their effect on transatlantic trade and investment.

In a speech delivered in Washington DC on Nov 14, 2022 UK Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch confirmed the UK’s trading relationship with the US over the last 12 months was worth over $250 billion. And that we remain each other’s number one source of foreign direct investment.

Our panel of experts will focus on what barriers and opportunities lie ahead to further policy and trade initiatives for our transatlantic business community with the results of the US mid-terms and the new UK Prime Minister.

Event Details


Thursday, January 19th


8:00 am –  9:30 am CDT
Location Bass, Berry & Sims PLC, 150 Third Avenue South, Suite 2800, Nashville, TN

Meet the Speakers


Courtney Crowder, Managing Director, Raleigh & APCO South, APCO Worldwide

Chris Mayo, Head of Primary Markets, Americas, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG)

Tamra Eker, Managing Director, BritishAmerican Business