P&J and RSM Business Lecture: Beyond Brexit – insight on trade, Brexit, and economic headwinds

P&J and RSM Business Lecture: Beyond Brexit – insight on trade, Brexit, and economic headwinds

Simon Hart (RSM UK) and Joe Brusuelas (RSM US) will be considering topics relating to Brexit, European issues, emerging markets, trade agreements and economic insights that will be of interest to middle market business leaders.

For further information please contact Carrie McGill on cmcgill@dcthomson.co.uk or 0141 567 2765.

Key Dates

26 Jun 2019 Beyond Brexit – insight on trade, Brexit, and economic headwinds

Itinerary

8.00: Breakfast Reception, Registration & Networking
8.30: Welcome from Rebecca Buchan, Business Editor, Press & Journal
8.45: Welcome from Andrew Forsyth, RSM Aberdeen Office Managing Partner
9.00: Keynote lecture - Simon Hart, Brexit Lead Partner, RSM and Joe Brusuelas, Chief Economist, RSM US
10.30: Q&A
10.50: Closing Remarks
11.00: Coffee/Networking

Speakers

  • Simon Hart, Brexit Lead Partner, RSM

    Simon heads RSM’s knowledge management operation and is the firm’s lead Brexit partner. He is both a business advisor, with experience across many sectors and services, and also provides national strategic leadership to our knowledge management and knowledge sharing function – working towards aligning the various advisory services RSM provides to the business requirements of our clients.

    Regards Brexit and trade, he is responsible for coordinating and leading RSM’s content, insight and material in these areas.

  • Joe Brusuelas, Chief Economist, RSM US

    With 20 years’ experience in finance and economics, Joe specialises in analysing monetary policy, labour markets, fiscal policy, economic indicators and consumers. Prior to joining RSM US in July 2014, he spent the past four years as a senior economist at Bloomberg and the Bloomberg Briefs newsletter group. As co-founder of the award-winning Bloomberg Economic Brief, Joe was named as one of the 26 economists to follow by the Huffington Post.

    In his current role, Joe provides a macroeconomic perspective to help clients anticipate and address the unique issues and challenges facing their businesses and the industries in which they operate.

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