Prof Nelson Phillips & Prof David Miles in Singapore: In conversation about...

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**Please note if you book after 16 May you will not have a name badge as they are being sent to the venue**

The Imperial alumni community in Singapore is invited to join Professor David Miles CBE, Professor of Financial Economics and Professor Nelson Phillips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy and Associate Dean of External Relations at the Business School, as they discuss the challenges facing the UK during the Brexit process.

This is a great opportunity to hear from these two well-respected academics. You can also learn how to make the most of your connection to Imperial College London while you chat and catch-up with fellow alumni at a drinks reception after the presentation.

Professors Miles and Nelson are looking forward to welcoming all alumni in Singapore at this reception.

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Time: 6.30pm-9.30pm

6.00-6.30pm - Registration for the event
6.30pm - Welcome by Erin Hallett, Head of Alumni Relations (Business School)
6.40pm - Discussion commences
7.30pm - Cocktail reception with canapes
9.30pm - Event close

This event is open to alumni of all faculties.

Please register in advance, as places are limited.

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