As negotiations over the UK’s departure from the EU continue, businesses are assessing how they navigate their way through the current economic landscape and regulatory environment. This is whilst also remaining open to and embracing new trade opportunities.

Lloyds Bank hosted its second annual Sterling Conference at Bloomberg, in October. Over 200 business leaders, treasurers, finance directors and investors attended, to hear leading speakers give their perspectives on the key issues around Brexit, including the transition period, the future of trade and top tips for businesses.

Keynote speakers included: Rupert Soames, CEO, Serco, Jack Straw, Former Home Secretary and Foreign Secretary under Prime Minister Tony Blair, Sir Terry Leahy, Former CEO, Tesco, Rachel Lomax, Former Deputy Governor, Bank of England, Vicky Pryce, Economist, Author, Commentator & Board of the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), Sir Simon Fraser, Former Head, The Foreign Office and John Longworth, Advisory Board Member at Economists for Free Trade.


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Audience outlook on Brexit

Sterling Conference

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