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Beginning Brexit: Understanding how Brexit will affect services and business in Scotland


0900-0955 Registration and Refreshments
0955-1000 Chair's Opening Remarks
Andy Maciver, Director, Message Matters
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Session One: Beginning Brexit
1000-1020 Opening Keynote Address
John Edward, former Head of Office in Scotland, The European Parliament
1020-1040 After the EU, what's the difference? Where and how compliance may still be required
Professor Russel Griggs OBE, Chair - Scottish Government Independent Advisory Regulatory Review Group
1040-1100 Understanding the Strategic Implications of Brexit
Jenny Stewart, Partner - Head of Infrastructure and Government, KPMG in the UK
1100-1120 Question and Answer Session
1120-1145 Refreshment Break
Session Two: Brexit and Public Services
1145-1205 What does Brexit mean for the delivery of public services?
Mark Taylor, Assitant Director, Audit Scotland
1205-1225 How will Brexit affect public finances?
Graeme Roy, Director, Fraser of Allander Institute, Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde
1225-1245 What happens once UK and Scottish lawmaking is disconnected from the EU?
Lynda Towers, Director of Public Law, Morton Fraser
1245-1300 Question and Answer Session
1300-1355 Lunch 
1355-1400 Chair's Welcome Back
1400-1430 Keynote Address followed by Question and Answer Session
Mike Russell MSP, Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland's Place in Europe, Scottish Government
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Session Three: Brexit and Business
1430-1450 The economic implications of Brexit for jobs, investment and growth
Dr. Katerina Lisenkova, Head of Economic Modelling, Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde
1450-1510 Considerations for business, trade and commerce - access to the EU and to other markets
Prof. Ian Wooton, Professor of Economics and Vice-Dean (Reasearch), Strathlyde Business School, University of Strathclyde
1510-1530 A Financial Services Perspective on Brexit: What we are thinking and how our planning may help others
Alastair Ross FCIPR, Assistant Director, Head of Public Policy (Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland), Association of British Insurers
1530-1545 Question and Answer Session
1545 Chair's Closing Remarks

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I was drawn to this briefing because I have been before. As always a useful and interesting event.

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Fraser of Allander Scotland's Budget Briefing, 26 September 2017

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