“Will Joe Biden with a Democratic Senate be transformational?”


Date and Time
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
6:00pm— 7:00pm
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A webinar with:
Lew Lukens
Senior Partner
Signum Global Advisors

March 3rd 2021
1PM ET / 6PM UK / 7PM Europe  ​​​​​

 

  1. Can the Democrats enact their ‘ Green New Deal’? What is possible and what is rhetoric? Future Executive Orders that we are likely to see

  2. Can the Democrats do Stimulus and Infrastructure spend? What happens to the debt ceiling?  What are we likely to see in a future infrastructure package?

  3. Why US Tax policy will change? Why it has to be retroactive

  4. What happens to Big Tech

  5. How will Biden deal with a Brexit Britain? What are the prospects for a trade deal with the US? How will the new administration split time between domestic and foreign policy?

  6. Where do the Republicans go next.  Will the Republican party split? Are the politics of Donald Trump over?


Lew Lukens
 is Senior Partner in London for Signum Global Advisors.  He previously served for thirty years as a US Foreign Service officer, representing the US overseas across five administrations and five continents. 

Among his many assignments, Lew served as US Ambassador to Senegal and Guinea-Bissau, Deputy Executive Secretary for Secretary Hillary Clinton, Senior Director at the National Security Council working for Dr. Condoleezza Rice and President Bush, and US Consul General in Vancouver.   Most recently, Lew was the Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in London.   

Lew also worked in Baghdad, Dublin, Sydney, Abidjan, and Guangzhou, as well as multiple tours in Washington.  At the National Security Council, he helped to coordinate the US government response to the 9/11 terror attacks. 

Lew has an AB from Princeton University.  In 2002 he was selected by the State Department and Princeton for a John Weinberg Fellowship and received his MPP from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
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