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Brexit’s Impact on the Cambridge Cluster

Book Event

21 March @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Whether Brexit happens on 29 March, is postponed, comes with a soft or a hard landing, either way it is going to bring changes to market opportunities, processes and outlook of the Cambridge Cluster. What are these changes likely to be and how can businesses adapt optimally?

Confirmed speakers:

David Simpson, BKL

Brexit: some thoughts on the direct tax implications

David is a tax partner in BKL, splitting his time between Cambridge and London. He provides tax expertise across the range of direct taxes to clients with trading businesses, and their investors. Having taken an elective in EU Tax back in the day as part of his LLM in Tax Law, he has followed developments in this area with a particular interest.

BKL is a firm of chartered accountants based in Cambridge and London with over 190 staff. The Cambridge office offers a full suite of services – accounting, tax and audit, corporate finance and outsourcing – built around sector specialisms in technology, property, hospitality and agriculture.

Jeremy Sosabowski, CEO and co-founder AlgoDynamix

Behind the scenes: risk analysis of the British Exit

AlgoDynamix is a risk analytics company providing hours or days advance warning of major directional market movements. Their products are used by investment banks and asset managers, including CTAs, hedge funds, family offices and other managed funds. Jeremy has over a decade of business and technology commercialisation experience. Jeremy's previous roles include CTO at an instrumentation company (technology acquired) and data analyst within the online transaction space. His 'IP portfolio' includes several granted patents and more than 10 peer-reviewed publications. Jeremyhas an undergraduate and two postgraduate degrees in engineering, including an Engineering PhD from the University of Cambridge (laser physics/quantum mechanics).

Phil Carrivick

Phil Carrivick is an independent strategy consultant and spent a number of years with A.T. Kearney – a leading strategy house and once part of McKinsey – he has worked with 80+ companies on their strategy, particularly growth in uncertain times.

Details

Date:
21 March
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free – £15

Organiser

A Lorenz

Venue

Future Business Centre
Kings Hedges Rd
Cambridge, CB4 2HY United Kingdom

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