Following a tumultuous 2020 — marred by a disruptive, ongoing global health crisis, and a repercussive economic recession — major political changes are now underway on both sides of the Atlantic. With the new incoming Biden Administration in the United States, and the formal departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, there are many questions about how this new era of US-UK relations will unfold, and how businesses on both sides of the Atlantic will be impacted.

The COVID-19 pandemic and addressing its economic effects remain critical challenges that will test leadership in the US and the UK against the backdrop of major political transitions. How can US and UK businesses best brace for these upcoming shifts?

Sponsored by EY, and in partnership with the Department for International Trade and the Great British Business Club, BritishAmerican Business will bring together geopolitical experts and trade leaders to give an assessment of the evolving US-UK transatlantic relationship, provide an economic outlook, and discuss the implications of Brexit and the future of US-UK trade relations.

Date

Wednesday, January 27

Time

10:00 am – 11:00 am EST

Zoom

Douglas Bell, EY Global Trade Policy Leader, EY

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Sally Jones, Trade Strategy and Brexit Leader, EY UK

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Stephanie Kelly, Senior Political Economist, Aberdeen Standard Investments

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Antony Phillipson, British Consul General in New York, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for North America (HMTC), UK Government

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Brad Staples, CEO, APCO Worldwide

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