Where do you stand on the Brexit debate? We have heard from politicians, businesses, the finance sector and the media, but we want to hear from you. What are your views on one of the most important and game changing referendums of the 21st century?
Whether you're 'in', 'out' or 'undecided', here at Ambition First and Hogan Lovells, we want to hear your voice. We have put together an informative and interactive event designed to give you the tools to help you make an informed decision. This unique session provides a platform from which to voice your opinions to key contributors, whose work directly contributes to changing the face of the UK constitution.
Our expert panel is comprised of politicians and experienced business leaders voicing both Brexit and Bremain:
- Baroness Susan Veronica Kramer is a British Liberal Democrat politician. She was Member of Parliament (MP) for Richmond Park from 2005 to 2010, prior to that having a career in infrastructure finance and in 2000 having been a candidate in the London mayoral election. She will be representing 'Stay'.
- Charlie Steel is the Global Head of Corporate Development at CMC Markets, and has worked in financial services for nearly 10 years, starting his career at Lehman Brothers, before moving to Deutsche Bank during the financial crisis following the Lehman bankruptcy, where he was a Vice President in the Global Natural Resources group. He will be representing 'Leave'.
- Anne-Marie Martin is the Chief Executive of COBCOE, and has worked in industry and the not for profit business sectors over many years with particular experience and expertise in developing chambers of commerce, delivering organisational plans and working at the strategic, commercial and operational levels of business. She is taking a neutral stance.
- Rachel Kent leads the Hogan Lovells' Global Financial Institutions Sector, advising banks, insurers, asset managers and clearing houses and exchanges. She has been recognized as a leading individual in her field by industry commentators and legal directories for nearly two decades. She will be moderating the discussion.