Thriving after Brexit

Following the result of the historic EU referendum, Walpole identified five areas of concern for the UK luxury goods sector. A member briefing workshop with expert speakers, followed by a series of roundtables and consultations, allowed Walpole to offer and receive a view of the political, business and economic outlook in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the EU. This intelligence then formed the basis of the luxury industry’s manifesto: Thriving after Brexit: The impact of leaving the EU on the UK’s luxury goods sector and policy recommendations, launched in February 2017.

‘Beyond Article 50’ member briefing
Walpole’s latest Brexit event for members, held at Brown’s Hotel on Wednesday 5th April, followed the recent triggering of Article 50 and brought together Walpole members with panels of expert speakers to discuss the Politics, Policy, Process & Economic Outlook and the Legal & Business Outlook following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

Speakers included Dan Hanson, Bloomberg Intelligence; Sumeet Desai, Brunswick; Conan D’Arcy, Global Counsel; Paul McCarthy, Charles Russell Speechlys; Kate O’Rourke, Charles Russell Speechlys; Paul Henty, Charles Russell Speechlys, and moderator Charlotte Keesing from Walpole.

Links to Brexit reports authored by Charles Russell Speechlys and Global Counsel can be accessed here.