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DWF & Hume Brophy - What Brexit means for UK trade

Together with Hume Brophy, we invite you to a breakfast discussion on what Brexit means for UK trade, which is taking place on Wednesday, 14 September 2016 at our London office.

In the weeks and months since the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union, debate has raged on what this will mean for future UK trade. A new Prime Minister now resides in 10 Downing Street and her first major task will be to determine how Brexit is implemented and on what terms the UK will trade with the European Union and the rest of the world.

The discussion will bring together a hugely experienced panel drawn from government, the civil service, business and the legal profession.

Following the main panel session, we will be running a series of sector focussed breakout sessions focussing on the legal impact of Brexit for businesses within financial services, insurance and retail and food sectors.

We do hope you will be able to join us for what will be an informative discussion following the vote to leave and the practical implications for what this means for your business. If you have any queries please contact the events team

Please see below the agenda and the details of our panel:

8:15am - arrival and refreshments
8:30am - start
9:30am - networking and refreshments
10:00am - optional sector breakout session
11:00am - close

The Panel

The Rt Hon. Esther McVey (Chair)
Minister of State for Employment (2013-15)

Jonathan Branton
Head of EU/Competition, DWF

Lord (Howard) Flight
Non-executive director, Metro Bank plc, former Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Graeme Sandell
Former Assistant Director of the Better Regulation Executive, Cabinet Office

 

Jonathan Branton

Partner - Head of EU/Competition

I lead the firm in EU/Competition issues, specialising in behavioural antitrust, merger control, public procurement and State aid, and all related issues of public funding, including the UK’s Regional Growth Fund, ERDF and ESIF. I also head up the firm’s Brussels office and the firm’s cross-discipline Central and Local Government sector group.

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Contact Jonathan Branton

Tel: +44 (0)3333 203 101 Mob: +44 (0)7736 563 202 Fax: +44 (0)3333 20 44 40

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