25 October, 2017    london , United Kingdom
DESTINATION: 2018 Join Arthur J. Gallagher to chart your course safely through 2018's new legislation, compliance demands, risk management and geopolitical uncertainty. ★★★★★ Brexit, Served Hard or Soft? Impacts on Multinational Employers - 25 October, 08:30, LONDON The outcome of the 2017 UK General Election adds more uncertainty over the potential impacts of Brexit. Whether it’s served hard or soft, employers must scan the horizon to foresee the impacts on their organisation and workforce. At this event, Gallagher's team of multinational specialists will team up with BMI Research, a Fitch company, to steer you through: - Brexit: the potential scenarios and what they mean to you - Geopolitical risks that may impact upon your organisation - Actions you can take to reduce the impact of uncertainty (HR, Financial, Risk Management) PRESENTED BY: Thomas Lake, Senior Analyst: Political Risk, BMI Research (A Fitch Group Company): Thomas specialises in British and EU politics and leads the firm's analysis on Brexit both in the run-up to, and aftermath of, the referendum. Prior to joining BMI Research, Thomas worked at the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank and opinion polling agency ComRes. Michael Green, Senior Consultant Multinational benefits, Arthur J. Gallagher: Michael has 25 years of experience advising multinational employers on their global benefits strategies, including the design, delivery and governance of pensions, healthcare and risk management. Mike has extensive experience across industries such as financial services, media, pharmaceutical and transport, including many Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies. Alan Pratten, Managing Director of Major Risks Practice, Arthur J. Gallagher: Alan completed his MBA in 1998, gained his Associateship of the Chartered Insurance Institute (ACII) in 1989 and has over 25 years of experience in the insurance industry.


Location: The Walbrook Building
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