Brexit Effect – Daniel Silke

13516584_947752905323468_6111941642990745857_nBrexit Effect – Daniel Silke and The UK electorate’s decision to back a ‘Brexit’ or exit from the European Union has sent shockwaves through global financial markets. And, the uncertainty caused is likely to add volatility well into the future.

With markets disliking this level of policy doubt, a period of global instability is upon us. Whilst the vote clearly affects the UK and Europe, these reverberations are being felt across the world. View Daniel Silke full profile

In his latest global corporate keynote presentation, Director of the Political Futures Consultancy and renowned political economy analyst Daniel Silke delves deep into what Brexit means for both developed and emerging markets. From Africa to Australia, a renewed period of financial upheaval creates geo-political and geo-economic tensions. And, with the United States embroiled in its own election campaign, the political characteristics that were prevalent in the UK can have their own impact on Washington. A rejection of establishment political parties could alter global politics in very significant and challenging ways. South Africa will not be isolated from the development. From re-negotiating trade with Europe to the effects of reduced investment, Brexit will also take its toll. Yet, amidst this upheaval, there remain important opportunities that need to be grasped.

The Brexit Effect is as much an analysis of what has happened in Europe as it is a brand new review of the global political economy. With expert research and deep insights, Daniel Silke puts the world in focus in a highly accessible and entertaining 1-hour keynote. This is an essential overview of recent events and offers crucial insights into the future of politics and global business trends that is indispensable for any business in 2016 and beyond.

The UK electorate’s decision to back a ‘Brexit’ or exit from the European Union has sent shockwaves through global financial markets. And, the uncertainty caused is likely to add volatility well into the future. With markets disliking this level of policy doubt, a period of global instability is upon us. Whilst the vote clearly affects the UK and Europe, these reverberations are being felt across the world. 


Brexit Effect – Daniel Silke

In his latest global corporate keynote presentation, Director of the Political Futures Consultancy and renowned political economy analyst Daniel Silke delves deep into what Brexit means for both developed and emerging markets. From Africa to Australia, a renewed period of financial upheaval creates geo-political and geo-economic tensions. And, with the United States embroiled in its own election campaign, the political characteristics that were prevalent in the UK can have their own impact on Washington. A rejection of establishment political parties could alter global politics in very significant and challenging ways. South Africa will not be isolated from the development. From re-negotiating trade with Europe to the effects of reduced investment, Brexit will also take its toll. Yet, amidst this upheaval, there remain important opportunities that need to be grasped.


Brexit Effect – Daniel Silke

The Brexit Effect is as much an analysis of what has happened in Europe as it is a brand new review of the global political economy. With expert research and deep insights, Daniel Silke puts the world in focus in a highly accessible and entertaining 1-hour keynote.

This is an essential overview of recent events and offers crucial insights into the future of politics and global business trends that is indispensable for any business in 2016 and beyond.

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