Brexit webconference: Parliament's second vote on the deal

Webconference, Wednesday 13 March @ 10:30 GMT

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Mar 11, 2019
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UK Parliament is expected to hold its second vote on the proposed Brexit deal by Tuesday 12 March. In the wake of the vote, join Karen Ward, Chief Market Strategist for EMEA, as she assesses the outcome, impact on markets and potential next steps.

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Date: Wednesday 13 March

Time: 10:30 GMT 

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Go to the profile of Karen Ward

Karen Ward

Chief Strategist for EMEA, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Karen Ward, Managing Director, is the Chief Strategist for EMEA for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. She delivers insight into the economy and financial markets to thousands of professional investors across the UK, Europe and globally. Karen has considerable experience in both public policymaking and economic and financial analysis. She started her career at the Bank of England providing supporting analysis for the Monetary Policy Committee. She joined HSBC Global Banking and Markets in 2006 as Chief UK Economist. She was promoted to Senior Global Economist where her work included The World in 2050 - an analysis of the structural changes affecting the global economy and the rise of the emerging economies. Karen was appointed Chief European Economist in 2014. In 2016 she was appointed Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers for the Chancellor of the Exchequer. In this role she advised the Chancellor on macroeconomic issues including fiscal strategy and Brexit. Karen has a Masters with Distinction in Economics from University College London.

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