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Overview of UK Economy Outlook and Impact of Post-Brexit

脱欧后最新经济形势分析及对在英中企影响解读

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活动详情

Date: Mar 18th 2021, 14:30 to 15:55

日期: Mar 18th 2021, 14:30 to 15:55

With the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union as of January 1, 2021, the UK has set out to embrace the global market and open a new trade model after leaving the European single market and the EU customs union in full political and economic independence. With a view to assisting the Chinese businesses in the UK to better understand the current economic situation and economic recovery plan after the Brexit, correctly interpret the UK Spring Budget 2021 from the corporate and individual perspectives, and potential impact of tax policies on Chinese businesses, as well as countermeasures in the context of Brexit, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in the UK and KPMG LLP will co-host Seminar Series in Honour of the 20th Anniversary of the China Chamber of Commerce in the UK – Session One: Brexit: Analysis of the Latest Post-Brexit Economic Situation and its Implications for Chinese Businesses in the UK on Thursday, 18 March, 2021. The details of the event are as follows:

I. Time and Venue

Date: Thursday, 18 March, 2021

Time: 14:30-15:55

Venue: Online Seminar (English)

II. Agenda 

14:30-14:35         Welcome Speech

David Sayer, Vice Chair of KPMG LLP

14:35-15:00         The Latest Economic Situation in the UK and Interpretation of the Brexit and Pandemic Impact

Yael Selfin, Chief Economist of KPMG LLP

15:00-15:15         Implications of the UK Spring Budget 2021 for Chinese Businesses and Investors in the UK

Chris Roberts, Partner/International Tax Leader of KPMG LLP

15:15-15:30         Brexit Process and Interpretation of UK’s Future Trade and Investment Policies

David Slater, International Director of KPMG LLP

15:30-15:55         Q&A Session

Matt Jackson, Director of the International Market Development Department | China and Southeast Asia

15:55-16:00         Closing Speech

III. Registration

The event is free for the CCCUK members. Please click to register (please copy the link and open it in browser. The event link will be automatically sent to the contact email upon registration). https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/20-registration-145112378029 

        2021年1月1日完成脱欧后,英国脱离了欧洲单一市场与欧盟关税同盟,拥抱全球市场,开启新贸易模式,实现了全面的政治和经济独立。为帮助在英中企了解脱欧后英国经济现状及经济恢复计划,协助企业及个人正确理解英国2021年春季财政预算案,了解税收政策等对中资企业的影响,积极应对脱欧导致的不利影响,英国中国商会与毕马威将于2021年3月18日(周四)共同举办英国中国商会20周年系列讲座•脱欧专题第一讲:脱欧后最新经济形势分析及对在英中企影响解读活动。活动详情如下:

一、 活动时间及方式

        活动时间:2021年3月18日(周四)14:30-15:55

        活动方式:线上讲座(英文)

二、 活动流程

        14:30-14:35 欢迎致辞

        David Sayer 毕马威副主席

        14:35-15:00 最新英国经济趋势及疫情和脱欧的影响解读

        Yael Selfin 毕马威首席经济学家

        15:00-15:15 2021年英国财政春季预算案对在英中资企业及中国投资者的影响

        Chris Roberts 毕马威合伙人/毕马威全球税务负责人

        15:15-15:30 脱欧进程与未来英国贸易投资政策解析

        David Slater 毕马威国际事务负责人

        15:30-15:55 互动讨论(Q&A)

        Matt Jackson 毕马威国际市场开发部|中国与东南亚负责人

        15:55-16:00 总结致辞

三、 报名方式

        本次研讨会邀请会员单位免费参加,报名请点此链接(请复制此报名链接至浏览器中打开,参会链接将在完成报名后自动发送至联系人邮箱) https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/20-registration-145112378029

David Sayer

David Sayer

Vice Chair, KPMG LLP

Vice Chair, KPMG LLP

Davidled the Global Banking team at KPMGfor eight years until October 2015. The team providesaudit, tax and advisory services to a very wide range of clients from Global Banks to small savings and loan providers.

David has over thirty years experience of working with Banks both as an advisor and as an executive across strategy, corporate lending, payments, risk management, cost management and process design. He has been involved in major mergers and restructuring and has worked with clients across Europe, The United States and Asia Pacific.

David joined KPMG in 2005 having been a partner for ten years in PWC Consulting and then IBM after the sale of the business in 2002. He spent twelve years on a Senior Executive development programme with Lloyds Bank having qualified with PwC. He was elected to the KPMG UK Board between 2012 -2017. He leads KPMG’s relationships across the strategic trade corridors with China and Asia Pacific.

David represents the firm on several Government boards, including; The HM Treasury Professional Services Council, The BEIS Professional and Business Services Council, The HM Treasury Belt and Road Board etc. He is also a Board member of the China-Britain Business Council.

Davidled the Global Banking team at KPMGfor eight years until October 2015. The team providesaudit, tax and advisory services to a very wide range of clients from Global Banks to small savings and loan providers.

David has over thirty years experience of working with Banks both as an advisor and as an executive across strategy, corporate lending, payments, risk management, cost management and process design. He has been involved in major mergers and restructuring and has worked with clients across Europe, The United States and Asia Pacific.

David joined KPMG in 2005 having been a partner for ten years in PWC Consulting and then IBM after the sale of the business in 2002. He spent twelve years on a Senior Executive development programme with Lloyds Bank having qualified with PwC. He was elected to the KPMG UK Board between 2012 -2017. He leads KPMG’s relationships across the strategic trade corridors with China and Asia Pacific.

David represents the firm on several Government boards, including; The HM Treasury Professional Services Council, The BEIS Professional and Business Services Council, The HM Treasury Belt and Road Board etc. He is also a Board member of the China-Britain Business Council.

Yael Selfin

Yael Selfin

Chief Economist, KPMG LLP

Chief Economist, KPMG LLP

Yael is Chief Economist at KPMG in the UK and a Fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. 

She has been advising clients on the global economic outlook and its impact on their strategy for over 20 years. Her experience spans private sector clients across a wide range of industries and geographies, as well as public sector bodies.

Her research looks at the impact major shocks, as well as new technologies, could have on the economy and on individual businesses. Her work at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research looks at ways to lift growth across UK regions. 

Yael is a regular commentator on economic issues in the media. She won City A.M. Analyst of the Year award in 2016 for the research she published on the outlook for interest rates, global trade and equity markets, and was named one of City’s 100 most influential women.

She is a member of the Council of Management of SUERF and a member of the Bretton Woods Committee.

Yael is Chief Economist at KPMG in the UK and a Fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. 

She has been advising clients on the global economic outlook and its impact on their strategy for over 20 years. Her experience spans private sector clients across a wide range of industries and geographies, as well as public sector bodies.

Her research looks at the impact major shocks, as well as new technologies, could have on the economy and on individual businesses. Her work at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research looks at ways to lift growth across UK regions. 

Yael is a regular commentator on economic issues in the media. She won City A.M. Analyst of the Year award in 2016 for the research she published on the outlook for interest rates, global trade and equity markets, and was named one of City’s 100 most influential women.

She is a member of the Council of Management of SUERF and a member of the Bretton Woods Committee.

Chris Roberts

Chris Roberts

Partner, International Tax Leader – National Markets, KPMG LLP

Partner, International Tax Leader – National Markets, KPMG LLP

Background

Chris has over 19 years of experience at KPMG, and for the last 16 years he has specialised in the delivery of international tax services to clients across UK and internationally.  He is a leading member of KPMG UK’s international corporate tax practice.  Chris has recently headed up an expanded team of UK tax professionals based in the United States, which includes not only international tax, but also transfer pricing, indirect tax, financial services tax and global compliance & transformation.

Experience

In addition to his recent position in the United States, Chris has also taken part in a number of secondments including working within the international corporate tax team at KPMG in Calgary, Canada as well as at clients including a FTSE 100 global software business and one of the world’s largest beverage groups.  Chris also has extensive experience of advising both large public companies as well as some of the world’s largest privately held groups.

Chris has a great deal of experience advising companies on international tax matters, including M&A, debt and equity raising transactions including the listing on the US markets, group re-organisations and incentives planning.  

Clients include

INEOS, Verizon, Wish, GE, Wood plc, Walmart Inc., T&T Limited, InvestIndustrial, SIG plc, Essity AB, Croda plc, Royal Mail Group plc, British Steel, Fenner , Ardagh Group SA, BSN medical, 4DPharma, Gyroscope, British Steel and Globaldata plc.

Background

Chris has over 19 years of experience at KPMG, and for the last 16 years he has specialised in the delivery of international tax services to clients across UK and internationally.  He is a leading member of KPMG UK’s international corporate tax practice.  Chris has recently headed up an expanded team of UK tax professionals based in the United States, which includes not only international tax, but also transfer pricing, indirect tax, financial services tax and global compliance & transformation.

Experience

In addition to his recent position in the United States, Chris has also taken part in a number of secondments including working within the international corporate tax team at KPMG in Calgary, Canada as well as at clients including a FTSE 100 global software business and one of the world’s largest beverage groups.  Chris also has extensive experience of advising both large public companies as well as some of the world’s largest privately held groups.

Chris has a great deal of experience advising companies on international tax matters, including M&A, debt and equity raising transactions including the listing on the US markets, group re-organisations and incentives planning.  

Clients include

INEOS, Verizon, Wish, GE, Wood plc, Walmart Inc., T&T Limited, InvestIndustrial, SIG plc, Essity AB, Croda plc, Royal Mail Group plc, British Steel, Fenner , Ardagh Group SA, BSN medical, 4DPharma, Gyroscope, British Steel and Globaldata plc.

David Slater

David Slater

Director, International and Head of UK-China Business, KPMG LLP

Director, International and Head of UK-China Business, KPMG LLP

David is Director International and Head of UK-China Business at KPMG UK.

David oversees KPMG UK’s work supporting international businesses operating in the UK through our network of priority Corridors – USA, Japan, China, Germany, Switzerland, France, The Gulf. He also advises clients based in the UK about how to take advantage of international trade and investment opportunities.

As Head of UK-China Business, David leads the team that focuses on the needs of Chinese Business in the UK and UK businesses, of all sizes and sectors, seeking to grow their business in China.  

Before joining KPMG in January 2018, David spent 30 years in the public sector both as a Diplomat and with the Mayor of London’s economic development agency, London & Partners. Of the last 18 years of that career, 16 was spent working directly with businesses seeking to export from, or invest in, the UK. This included 7 years based on the West Coast of the USA and 3 years in India. On behalf of the Mayor of London, David led a number of trade missions, including UK Fintechs to China.

For the two years between 2009 and 2011 David was responsible for Foreign and Commonwealth Office policy relating to the UK’s relationship with the European Union’s Institutions and changes to the European Union’s Treaties.

David is also a member of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) International Trade Advisory Group.

David is Director International and Head of UK-China Business at KPMG UK.

David oversees KPMG UK’s work supporting international businesses operating in the UK through our network of priority Corridors – USA, Japan, China, Germany, Switzerland, France, The Gulf. He also advises clients based in the UK about how to take advantage of international trade and investment opportunities.

As Head of UK-China Business, David leads the team that focuses on the needs of Chinese Business in the UK and UK businesses, of all sizes and sectors, seeking to grow their business in China.  

Before joining KPMG in January 2018, David spent 30 years in the public sector both as a Diplomat and with the Mayor of London’s economic development agency, London & Partners. Of the last 18 years of that career, 16 was spent working directly with businesses seeking to export from, or invest in, the UK. This included 7 years based on the West Coast of the USA and 3 years in India. On behalf of the Mayor of London, David led a number of trade missions, including UK Fintechs to China.

For the two years between 2009 and 2011 David was responsible for Foreign and Commonwealth Office policy relating to the UK’s relationship with the European Union’s Institutions and changes to the European Union’s Treaties.

David is also a member of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) International Trade Advisory Group.