CPF Supper Club: Final Countdown Post Brexit Global Britain Free Market Economics Vision

Tuesday, 5th March 2019

Conservative Policy Forum Supper Club, Global Britain,  Coombe HIll Golf Club
Final Countdown... at 11pm local time on March 29 2019, the UK is scheduled to leave the bloc. But still to be decided is what precisely will happen on Brexit day, what kind of deal, if any, Britain will leave with, and the final destination of the negotiations. We are honoured to be able to bring you a timely analysis of our Brexit Roadmap from the Institute of Economic Affairs senior economists Robin Edwards, IEA Trustee and Founder of The Policy Exchange and Julian Jessop, IEA Chief Economist and Head of Brexit Unit. 

CPF Question 
Shaping Global Britain: How we balance our future economic and strategic responsibilities in the world


You cannot afford to miss this crucial briefing. With Q&A for you to understand what it will mean for you. 

Tues 5th March 7pm

Dinner Menu  £50 includes glass of wine

Coq Au Vin, Mash Potatoes, and Sweet Heart Cabbage or

Wild mushroom risotto with parmesan tuile

Chocolate and Almond Torte with vanilla Ice Cream


Introduction: Robin Warwick Edwards FCA, IEA Trustee
Robin is a Chartered Accountant and Fund Manager who for fifteen years managed one of Europe’s largest global macro funds. More recently he has become involved as a director and shareholder in several businesses which benefit from his commercial and financial background. Robin is chairman of Latis HomesLimited which iscommitted to building low carbon homes designed and built to promote sustainable but affordable living. Robin is also chairman of The Hideaways Club a lifestyle company with a portfolio of 60 luxury properties in 25 countries delivering fully concierged services to 500 members from around the world. Prior to entering the fund management industry Robin practised as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen LLC in London and as a management consultant in Australia.He is a former founder Trustee of Policy Exchange, a Trustee of the Institute of Economic Affairs and recently stepped down as chairman of The Queen’s Club where he remains Chairman of the Trustees.


Keynote Speaker: Julian Jessop, IEA Chief Economist and Head of Brexit
Julian Jessop is Chief Economist and Head of the Brexit Unit at the IEA. He has over thirty years of experience as a professional economist in the public and private sectors, including senior positions at HM Treasury, HSBC and Standard Chartered Bank. Prior to joining the IEA in 2017 he was a Director and Chief Global Economist at the leading independent consultancy, Capital Economics. Julian has a First Class degree in economics from Cambridge University and post-graduate qualifications in both economics and law.