ICAS launches breakfast series on Brexit, fintech and financial services

London
By Andrew Harbison, CA Today

3 August 2016

The political, economic and business landscape of the UK is going through a series of dramatic changes.

News feeds have been taken over by commentary on Brexit, the leaps forward in technology and how it will affect businesses, and what this all means for the future of the financial services industry in the UK.

In an attempt to pinpoint the real issues from the masses of information surrounding these subjects, and in response to feedback from our members, ICAS is holding a series of insight breakfasts across the UK.

The ICAS insights events will pull together experts from a cross section of industries to share their knowledge on the issues effecting not only our members, but the country as a whole.

“These events provide our members with a unique opportunity to hear from leaders who are in the process of analysing what these recent political and economic changes mean for their businesses,” said ICAS Executive Director Atholl Duncan.

In line with the recent launch of the Brexit Insights series, the first event will look at Britain beyond Brexit. Speakers will analyse what the coming months hold for the UK as it begins to untangle itself from the EU.

With the UK facing unprecedented change in the wake of the EU referendum, ICAS will be engaging with the new Government in the weeks and months to come. We are now looking for CAs to contribute their views and analysis as part of our new Brexit Insights series, to help shape the future of business and accountancy in the UK.

London events

ICAS Insights: Britain Beyond Brexit - 15 September 2016

ICAS Insights: The Fintech Revolution - 20 October 2016

ICAS Insights: The Future of the City - 24 November 2016

Edinburgh events

ICAS Insights: Britain Beyond Brexit - 15 September 2016

ICAS Insights: The Future of Scotland's Finance Sector - 29 November 2016

Glasgow events

ICAS Insights: The FinTech Revolution - 27 October 2016

Topics

  • CA life
  • Brexit

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