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HealthInvestor's Brexit breakfast briefing

Date: 23/08/2016
Venue: PricewaterhouseCoopers, 1 Embankment Pl, London WC2N 6RH

Since the early hours of 24 June, it has been clear that the United Kingdom is going through extraordinary times.

The 17 million ‘leave’ votes cast at the previous day’s EU referendum set in train a series of remarkable events, which have included – but are not limited to – the resignation of the Prime Minister, a plummeting pound, the loss of the UK’s triple A credit rating, a challenge to the leader of the opposition and the resignation of numerous front-line politicians.

And yet, despite the political chaos dominating the media, those investing in, advising or operating health and social care businesses in the UK find themselves in much the same place as before the referendum. The UK remains one of the world’s largest economies, and the requirement for quality health and social care provision is virtually untouched by the machinations of Westminster and Brussels. 

But that is not to say Brexit will not have profound implications for the sector. Indeed, the uncertainty generated by the complexities of the coming months and years will feed into any investment decision regarding the UK market, as will the overall impact on the economy and the tax receipts health and social care relies on for funding.  

So to consider the next steps for the UK, and how they are likely to impact those active in the UK’s health and social care sector, HealthInvestor magazine is hosting a breakfast briefing to debate and discuss the key issues generated by this seismic moment in the UK’s political history.



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Selected private sector speakers from previous programmes


Justin Ash Oasis Healthcare

Paul Birley Barclays

Pete Calveley Four Seasons Health Care

Stephen Collier BMI Healthcare

Dominic Dalli Sovereign Capital

Stuart Dean RBS

KP Doyle Nuffield Health

Julian Evans Knight Frank

Wayne Felton MITIE

Dr Martin Henrichs Credit Suisse

Michael Neeb HCA International

Mike Parish Care UK

Ali Parsa Circle

Dr Chai Patel HC-One

Rob Roger Spire Healthcare

Jill Watts Ramsay Health Care UK


Selected public sector speakers from previous programmes


Nick Bosanquet Emeritus Professor of Health Policy

Caroline Clark Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Catherine Davies Monitor

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP

Shaun Gallagher Department of Health

Nick Gaunt NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement

Andrew MacPherson NHS Midlands & East

Bob Ricketts NHS England

Lord Norman Warner Labour Member of the House of Lords

Sir William Wells

David Worksett NHS Partners Network