With a new year comes new opportunities, so Insider has teamed up with KPMG UK to discuss what’s potentially in store for the Scottish economy in 2022.
We’ll hear the resolutions and predictions of a leading economist, trade association chief executive, oil and gas lawyer and prominent Scottish investor.
The topics then set to be debated by our panel of experts include:
- The post-COP26 agenda for businesses attempting to reach net zero and make the most of environmentally-friendly market opportunities.
- An assessment of the recent Scottish Budget and how changes to government policies are likely to impact the bottom line.
- Trends in more global legislation and regulation – especially with the backdrop of Brexit – and how best to navigate them.
- And a look forward to the gradual coronavirus crisis recovery in Scotland, as well as the possibility of another independence referendum.
These pressing issues for the year ahead will be put by Insider’s online editor Peter Walker to James Kergon, Scotland senior partner at KPMG UK; Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK; Rosalie Chadwick, global head of oil and gas at Pinsent Masons; James Withers, chief executive of Scotland Food & Drink; and Brian Aitken, founder of Nevis Capital.
Click here to register for free and join us for an informative and interactive hour of debate from 11am on 20 January.