Brexit: Live in London

Handelsblatt, Germany’s leading financial daily newspaper, is temporarily moving its editorial headquarters to London during the week up to the Brexit-vote.

Please join us at our “German House” to discuss the upcoming referendum on European Union membership for Britain.


Programme from 5 p.m.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

  • Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyds of London
  • Mark Boleat, policy chairman of the City of London Corporation
  • Dr. John Ryan, fellow at the Center for International Studies, London School of Economics
  • Dr. h.c. David McAllister, German member of European Parliament
  • Lenny Fischer, CEO of Kleinwort Benson Group


Wednesday, 22 June 2016

  • Gregor P. Böhm, managing director and co-head of the Europe Buyout advisory group of Carlyle
  • Stephan Shakespeare, CEO and co-founder of market research firm
  • Erik F. Nielsen, global chief economist at UniCredit Bank
  • Stephanie Flanders, managing director and chief market strategist (UK and Europe) for J.P. Morgan Asset Management


Thursday, 23 June 2016

  • Stefan Jentzsch, Ph.D., Partner, Perella Weinberg
  • Tom Cridland, fashion designer
  • Dr. Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg Bank
  • Philipp Henrici, CEO of BJB GmbH & Co. KG


Friday, 24 June 2016

  • Sigmar Gabriel, vice chancellor of Germany and the Minister for
    Economic Affairs and Energy, will join us via a live connection
  • Lord Stephen Green, former U.K. minister of state for trade and
  • António Simões, CEO, HSBC Bank plc.
  • Luke Johnson, chairman of private equity house Risk Capital Partners LLP


Saturday, 25 June 2016

  • Stephen Booth, co-director of Open Europe


P.S. Of course you will also have the chance to stay up to date and follow  the Euro 2016 matches on the multiple TV screens at our venue..

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