Upcoming Webinar: What Brexit will we have?

Join one of two webinars on January 17 to uncover the latest on Brexit as our team hot foots it from a British Embassy briefing to the desk.

Don’t cry for me: Many a UK prime minister has foundered on the rock of Europe, but Theresa May continues to plough on, despite the insurmountable odds. Photo: Sean Gallup/Gettyimages

Sometimes a word can say so much. Occasionally it can say very little. Brexit undoubtedly falls into the latter category. Some 2.5 years since that fateful day the UK decided to cut its ties with the European Union, we’re no clearer to understanding what it will mean when the decision to trigger Article 50 reaches its fruition on March 29.

Still, we’re here to make sense of the impasse and with that in mind, we’re offering not just one but two webinars on January 17 where we hope to shed light on what we can expect.

Why now? Well, there is hope that over the course of the next week or so with a key vote taking place on January 15, a deal might be reached but we say that with more than a hint of cynicism. We have of course seen such a glut of false dawns here that you can hardly blame us, but perhaps this time will be different.

And if it isn’t different? Well, we will at least have some fresh perspective on the back of a Nordea-sponsored event at the British Embassy on January 16 when all things Brexit will be under the spotlight.

It doesn’t come much more official than her majesty’s foreign representatives after all so it’s a perfect time for our Brexit guru Morten Lund and chief analyst Jan Størup Nielsen to give their latest assessment. And remember, we have two webinar slots for you to choose from.

We look forward to seeing you.

Webinar 1

Date: January 17, 2019
Time: 08:15
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: Danish

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Webinar 2

Date: January 17, 2019
Time: 12:00
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: Danish

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Editor’s note. Danish only

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