What impact will BREXIT have on Wales and its economy?

Location : Bristows LLP, 100 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DH

Payable By : Credit Card

Start Date : Wed 27/11/2019 18:30
End Date : Wed 27/11/2019 21:00
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Price : £ 35

We have invited a leading international economist and one of Wales’ most successful entrepreneurs to speak at the Wales in London 10th Annual Economic Forum sponsored by Bristows LLP.

Our keynote speakers are David Buttress and Dr David Stubbs. Guto Harri will Chair the debate. 

David Buttress is a Venture Partner at 83North – a global venture capital firm with offices in Israel and London. David was, until 31 March 2017, Chief Executive Officer of JUST EAT. David joined Just Eat in March 2006 to start its UK business after having a successful career with Coca-Cola. David is also Non-Executive Chairman of Dragons Rugby, a professional ‘Pro14’ team jointly owned with the Welsh Rugby Union. In 2014, David was named Entrepreneur of the Year at the Investor Allstars Awards and was listed as one of the London Evening Standard’s top 1,000 influential people. In 2015, 2016 and 2017 he was named as one of Britain’s most influential people in the Debrett’s 500.David is a Founding Patron of GlobalWelsh and also chairs the GlobalWelsh Investor Portal Deal Review Panel.

Dr David Stubbs is Head of Investment Strategy at J.P.Morgan International Private Bank. He is responsible for delivering research driven insights on the global economy and markets to ultra-high-net worth clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. David holds an MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics and a PhD in Economics from The New School for Social Research. He previously worked at the United Nations Department for Economics and Social affairs and UK’s department for International Development. He is a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, CNN and other major media outlets. 

Guto Harri graduated from Oxford University before joining the BBC where he presented some of its flagships shows, was posted to Rome and New York and served as its Chief Political Correspondent.   He left to become spokesman and Director of External Affairs for Boris Johnson in his first term as Mayor of London.  He was then hired by Rupert Murdoch to help restore the reputation of his U.K. newspaper group and subsequently by John Malone as Managing Director of External Affairs for Liberty Global.  He is now a contributing editor of GQ Magazine, has his own television show and is a non-executive Director of the Hay Book Festival and provides strategic advice to a range of companies and individuals.