Brexit Forum

Launched in 2017 - Get first-hand information on the practical implications of BREXIT
Mission statement
- Understand the practical implications of Brexit
- Provide best practice advice for Franco-British businesses through analysis of legal inputs, trends and strategies

The Brexit Forum is aimed at:
- CEOs
- Heads of Strategy
- Heads of Corporate Affairs in charge of Brexit
- Heads of Brexit Task Forces
Upcoming session
Theme: Theme TBC
29 Apr 2020
*please note that booking the event in your calendar does NOT mean that you are registered. You need to register first if you want to attend an event.

Co-Chair

Angela Hepworth
Corporate Policy and Regulation Director, EDF Energy
Many of us are grappling with the issues Brexit presents - this is a chance to bring people together to pool our understanding, discuss the key issues at stake, and share our ideas about how best to address some of the challenges.
Biography

Co-Chair

Neil Sherlock CBE
Senior Adviser, PwC
For me this is important and gives an opportunity to reflect upon the new UK-EU business environment which is going to emerge over the coming years.
Biography

Sponsored by ESCP Europe Business School

ESCP Europe, the world's first business school, has educated generations of leaders and entrepreneurs since 1819.  It offers students, companies and professionals a wide range of innovative business and management programmes, many ranked by the FT amongst the best in the world.  With its unique pan-European model and six integrated campuses - Paris, London, Berlin, Turin and Warsaw - ESCP Europe offers an unparalleled cross-cultural understanding of business issues.  Its London campus recently received the Times Higher Education UK Business School of the Year Award 2018, in recognition of its excellence and responsiveness to major political, social and technological developments.   

www.escpeurope.eu

 

Past sessions

What is the next step for businesses?

Venue:  At the French Chamber

Guest speaker(s):
Joe Twyman , Co-Founder, Deltapoll.

Brexit, black hole or light at the end of the tunnel?

Venue:  Institut fran├žais, 17 Queensbery Pl, Kensington, London SW7 2DT

Guest speaker(s):
Dominic Grieve QC MP , President of the Franco-British Society and Vice-Chairman of the Franco-British Council.
Mike Hughes , Zone President UK & Ireland, Schneider Electric.
Neil Sherlock CBE , Senior Adviser, PwC.
Philippe Chalon , Director of External Affairs - International SOS; Managing Director - Cercle d'Outre Manche.
Guillaume Bazard , Consul general of France in London.
Katherine Bennett CBE , Senior Vice President of Airbus.

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