The UK votes to leave the European Union on 23rd June 2016, which would lead a surge in support for Eurosceptic and populist forces, upending decades of rule by established political parties. The “Brexit” would disrupt supply chains, reduce investment and usher in years of unpredictability as both sides negotiate the terms of separation. What is the implication of this for Japanese companies?
Dr. Ella Akerman PhD of Verisk Maplecroft, a leading global risk analytics companies, explains about the risks a Brexit poses to the economy and the companies operating in it at our Morning Briefing titled “Brexit: Is the Japanese companies at risk?”. With places limited secure yours today by mailing at email@example.com by Tuesday 19th July.
*Caux Round Table Japan has partnered with Verisk Maplecroft to provide human rights risk assessment. This Morning Briefing will cover mainly political risks, however, questions on social risks associated with Modern Slavery Act and Conflict minerals are also welcome, if time allows. For further information on our partnership, please see here.