Life after Brexit: What are the potential implications for the Farming industry – Wednesday 9th November – 7pm (for 7.30pm start) – appx.10.00pm
The vote to leave the EU leaves a period of uncertainty in many areas that affect the agricultural sector, we understand that farmers will want to know what the impact will be on their business as a matter of urgency.
Our expert speakers will discuss the potential implications and give practical advice and support for businesses in the agricultural sector.
Neil Parker a Senior Economist from Natwest Bank – Neil’s presentation is titled “The difficulties on all sides of the Atlantic – what next after Brexit for the UK, Europe and the USA.”
Emma Thompson, a Promar Farm Consultant and Regional Manager along with James Dunn, Managing Director of Promar International will discuss the possible implications to the UK Dairy Sector under Brexit.
Suzanne Preston, Agricultural Partner at Howard Worth Accountants and Business Advisers. Suzanne specialises in pro-active tax planning for farmers, landowners and diversified businesses, she will discuss the possible implications on Agricultural tax following Brexit.
Peter Lewis, Property Auctioneer and Valuer at Wright Marshall will provide an overview of land values and discuss the possible implications following Brexit.
The event is hosted by NatWest and sponsored by Howard Worth.
The event is on Wednesday 9th November, 7pm (for a 7.30pm start) at Vicars Cross Golf Club, Tarvin Road, Great Barrow, Chester, CH3 7HN. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the presentations.
We know you will find it an invaluable evening and will be delighted to see you there.