[2020-11-17] Brexit Webinar: Calm Before the Storm
|This event is for invitees only. If your company is member of Dujat, please contact our office
and we will send you the invitation.
|We are pleased to invite you to join our upcoming Brexit Webinar, which takes place on Tuesday 17 November, with presenters of Baker McKenzie, Jones Day and Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA).
What is the current status of negotiations and likelihood of deal? The expected impact of Brexit on the UK economy? Can we take any positives from Brexit? These are some of the questions that will be addressed in the first presentation, from UK perspective: “Boris’ “Oven Ready” Brexit – What Happened?” by Adam Eastell, Partner at Baker McKenzie LLP.
After Adam, Eva Monard, International Trade Of Counsel at Jones Day, will address the impact of Brexit on customs and trade from an EU perspective. As from 2021, trade between the EU and the UK will look very different from what it is today.
Eva will discuss the key legal impact of Brexit on customs and international trade issues, highlighting the critical consequences for companies involved in EU-UK trade. She will also address the influence that the departure of the UK will have on EU trade policy.
Lastly, Jeroen Nijland, Commissioner at Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA), will explain more about the impact of Brexit on investments in the Netherlands.
|Date: Tuesday 17 November, 2020
Time: 9:00 – 10:30 (CET) / 17:00 – 18:30 (JST)
8:45 Registration/log in
9:00 Welcome by Luc Houben, Chairman at Dujat
9:05 “Boris’ “Oven Ready” Brexit – What Happened?” by Adam Eastell, Partner at Baker McKenzie LLP
9:25 “The impact of Brexit on customs and trade from an EU perspective” by Eva Monard, International Trade Of Counsel at Jones Day
9:45 “Brexit, impact on investments” by Jeroen Nijland, Commissioner at Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA)
10:25 Closing remarks by Wibren Veldhuizen, Partner at Baker McKenzie Amsterdam NV
10:30 End of Event
|How to join:
This webinar will be conducted using the Meeting function of Microsoft Teams. If you can’t use Microsoft Teams on your PC, you can join from your smartphone (you need to download the Teams app in advance), or you can join via your browser (i.e. Microsoft Edge/Google Chrome) as well.
After registration, you will receive an email which includes a link to access the webinar.