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We would like to invite you to our emergency webinar 'Helping financial institutions deal with Brexit', which will take place on 5 July. It is designed to help financial institutions understand the next steps and potential consequences of the vote to leave the EU.
It is relevant to groups in any part of Europe or beyond.
The speakers will address the key areas of potential change and risk for financial institutions. They will give a perspective from the City of London and Frankfurt (the seat of the ECB and heart of the Eurozone).
They will consider what will happen now, how this will impact financial institutions and Capital Markets and what steps will financial institutions need to take?
Please do not hesitate to contact Tessa McIver, Business Developer, firstname.lastname@example.org, should you have any questions.
We hope you will join us for this event.
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