Brexit and its impact on the financial industry and markets in Europe
London has retained its position as the world’s top financial centre despite fears that the City will become less attractive for financiers in the wake of Brexit. Are steps being taken in the European financial industry to adjust to the impact of Brexit? Will a transition period from March 2019 help in adapting to a new trading relationship between the EU and UK? What kind of transition is the most favourable for the financial industry in the EU, which would benefit the UK and the EU? These questions will be discussed at our Tea with Reason event.
The event will take place on Wednesday, 14 February at 8am at Center Inovativnega podjetništva, NLB, Trg republike 2.
8.00-8.30 Tea, breakfast & networking
8.30-10.00 Key note speech and round table with experts from the finance industry
Key note speech
Pawel Peplinski, Country Managing Partner at PwC
Jeremy Browne, City of London representative in the EU
Volker Eutebach, Senior Business Development Manager at Lloyd’s of London
Blaž Brodnjak, President of the Management board at NLB
David Brozina, General director for EU matters, Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Miha Košak, Special advisor at Emona Capital
Moderated by: Miha Žerko, President of the British-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce
Attendance is free of charge, however registration is obligatory. Please, register here until 12 February.
After submitting your registration form, you will be automatically redirected to the questionnaire about Brexit and transition & the future relationship, prepared by the Council of British Chambers of Europe. We would appreciate your input.