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16 May 18:00Norrsken House

- POSTPONED -

THIS EVENT HAS (LIKE BREXIT) BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE IN OCTOBER. MORE INFORMATION WILL COME CLOSER TO THE EVENT!

Kristin Magnusson Bernard
Markets Country Executive and Global Head of Macro Research at Nordea

Kristin Magnusson Bernard started as Markets Country Executive and Global Head of Macro Research at Nordea in 2018. With more than ten years of experience from the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Central Bank, Kristin Magnusson Bernard have worked on complex issues and decisions amidst burning debt crises in Europe. She was involved in decisions making regarding support loans, debt reconstruction and to get Troika to agree on macroeconomic issues.

James Savage
Co-founder, CEO and publisher @ The Local

James Savage is a co-founder, CEO and publisher of European news network The Local. He is a frequent commentator on Brexit, populism and other political issues in Swedish and international media. 

Brexit - What next?

Great Britain's new deadline for exiting the EU will be on the 31st of October. Will the date, which is conveniently aligned with Halloween mean a trick or a treat for the countless businesses and start-ups involved in such a brash decision. How do you as a start-up best prepare at a time when there is so much uncertainty? And what are the implications for failing to be prepared?

On the evening of the 16th of May, we'll discuss the current state of Brexit, and try to dig deeper into the effects that Brexit could have on the startup world, whilst tackling topics of regulatory uncertainty, recruiting talent and growing your business.


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Information about the speakers

Kristin Magnusson Bernard
Markets Country Executive and Global Head of Macro Research at Nordea

Kristin Magnusson Bernard started as Markets Country Executive and Global Head of Macro Research at Nordea in 2018. With more than ten years of experience from the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Central Bank, Kristin Magnusson Bernard have worked on complex issues and decisions amidst burning debt crises in Europe. She was involved in decisions making regarding support loans, debt reconstruction and to get Troika to agree on macroeconomic issues.

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James Savage
Co-founder, CEO and publisher @ The Local

James Savage is a co-founder, CEO and publisher of European news network The Local. He is a frequent commentator on Brexit, populism and other political issues in Swedish and international media. 

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