BREXIT: A MONTH OF NEGOTIATION, HOW FAR HAVE WE COME?
Join the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce at the Ministry of Economic and Financial Affairs for a round table discussion, a month after the triggering of Article 50.
27th April 2017
from 12:30 to 13:45
29th March 2017 will no doubt be a date for the history books in years to come. Following the triggering of Article 50, one thing has been decided: the UK will leave the European Union.
Although “Hard Brexit” may have finally been initiated, the fate of the UK and its relationship with the other member countries is still very much undecided. Two years’ worth of negotiations are yet to take place, and for those with interests both sides of the Channel, this period of uncertainty raises many questions.
At the Ministry of Finance, 27th April, a month on from the big day, we will be joined by high-profile speakers, who will share their expertise and insights of what is to come over the next couple of years over a round table discussion. We hope you can attend for what will surely be an informative, interesting and highly topical discussion.
Confirmed speakers :
Alexis KARKLINS-MARCHAY: Deputy Managing Partner at 8 Advisory
Luca V. ZAPPIA: CEO France at BT Global Services
Marc PERRONE: Partner at Linklaters, charged with financial regulation practice
Marc is a partner at the Paris office, in charge of the financial regulation practice. His main sectors of activity include: transactions relating to banking and financial institutions (creation and licensing of institutions, change of control, transfer of activities); advising in relation to the provision of banking services and investment services and activities and the management of relations with regulators; advising on organisational and conduct of business rules applicable to regulated activities in France.
Marc’s expertise also covers investment management work and he is regularly involved in different types of investment management work, including: advice in relation to the structuring and creation of private equity vehicles, such as French FCPRs à procédure allégée, as well as other types of French funds (mutual funds, contractual funds, OPCI); marketing of EU UCITS in France; advice in relation to investment management agreements, financial advisory agreements, distribution agreements or agreements concerning delegation of financial management for funds.
Olivier CAMPENON: President of the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce
Open to all. Cost 25€ Members, 45€ Non-members.
Venue: French Ministry for the Economy and Finance, 139 Rue de Bercy, 75012 Paris.