The Big Picture. 2017 UK Budget; winners, losers & what’s next for post-Brexit Britain
Thursday, 16 March 2017
Registration from 7.45am for an 8.10am start
Barclays Bank PLC | Presentation Suite 2 | 1 Churchill Pl | Canary Wharf | London | E14 5HP | Map
Australian Business Members – £10
Additional Guests & Non-members – £25
The Spring 2017 UK budget, due to be published just weeks before the deadline for triggering Article 50, promises to be one of the most significant in recent years. This budget, which is the last to be delivered in spring before the UK moves to a single consolidated budget, is expected to provide insight into the Government’s agenda and economic policy approach to a post-Brexit Britain.
Danielle Haralambous and William Hobbs will join a panel to canvas different perspectives of the 2017 UK Budget and its political, economic and business impacts.
Final panellists to be announced soon.
Danielle Haralambous is the lead UK analyst in The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Europe team in London. She is also responsible for covering economic and political developments in Finland, Sweden and Iceland.
Prior to joining the EIU, Danielle worked as the UK economist for financial analysis company 4CAST, providing short-term forecasts and analysis on economic data releases and commentary on the central bank policy outlook. Danielle holds a Master’s degree in economics from Birkbeck College, University of London, and a Bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Birmingham.
William Hobbs joined Barclays in October 2005, working in the Equity Research team, covering the global consumer sector. He then moved into the Investment Strategy team running global equity strategy for the EMEA division. He is now head of Investment Strategy for UK and Europe.
William is a fellow of the Securities Institute and has close to 15 years experience in the financial sector. He has a Masters in international business and economic development at Birkbeck, University of London and is a Chartered Alternative Investments Analyst.