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BREXIT Forum  

Sponsored  by ESCP Europe Business School


Co-chaired by Angela Hepworth, Corporate Policy and Regulation Director, EDF Energy 

 Angela Hepworth      


Angela Hepworth is Corporate Policy and Regulation Director of EDF Energy. Angela’s role spans EDF Energy’s generation, customer supply and nuclear new build activities. She is responsible for advising and supporting the business with regulatory, policy and compliance matters, advising the EDF Energy Executive Team on regulatory strategy and energy policy and developing and communicating the company position on major policy and regulatory issues. Angela’s team also maintains relationships with external UK organisations such as Ofgem, National Grid, Energy UK, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and other Government departments, and European organisations such as ACER, Foratom and Eurelectric.

Prior to joining the Corporate Policy and Regulation team, Angela led EDF Energy’s Sizewell C new build nuclear project.

Angela joined EDF Energy from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), where she specialised in energy policy.


and Neil Sherlock CBE, Partner, Corporate Affairs, PwC

Neil Sherlock      

Neil is a Partner at PwC, was a special adviser to the former Deputy Prime Minister and thirty years ago was the President of the Oxford Union beating Boris Johnson. Neil has served as a member of the Armed Forces Pay Review Body, the Alan Milburn Commission which looked at access to the professions and was Chairman of Working Families. Neil was awarded a CBE in 2015 for public & political service.


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Aims and Objectives

BREXIT is one of the biggest challenges that the UK – and, therefore, UK plc – will face over the next two years, and this working group helps to gather legal input, trends and strategies around the topic.
Together, they discuss the practical implications of BREXIT and provide guidance and best practice advice for Franco-British businesses.
The BREXIT Forum gathers various leaders responsible for Brexit from member companies, large corporates and big firms, including the 'big four'. The outcomes of the BREXIT Forum are shared with members through our magazine INFO, but also in newsletters and through social media.
Aimed at: Heads of BREXIT Task Forces, Head of Strategy, Heads of Corporate Affairs in charge of BREXIT
Upcoming sessions and activities
The next session will take place on Wednesday 13 June 2018 from 08:30 to 10:30 at the French Chamber.
Theme: Impact of BREXIT on HR & Education (talent, labour law, mobility, training) - Joint session with our HR Forum
Guest speakers:  Kady Doumbia, Founder & Managing Director, King Stage; Simon mercado, Director, ESCP Europe and Sarah Hancock, Head of Employee Relations, EDF Energy
By invitation only. Register your interest with Ophelie Martinel

Click here to access the 2018 Forums and Clubs Calendar 
Past sessions
Click here for articles relating to past BREXIT Forums.


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