While the UK’s EU referendum has created a state of significant uncertainty, businesses operating in and through the UK are questioning how they will be affected by the consequences of this decision.
Among the most exposed to this uncertainty are companies operating in the financial sector – such as banks, insurances and brokers – because their current ability to benefit from the European Passport may be at risk.
At the moment the outcome of the negotiations between the UK and the EU seems to be crucial for the future of London’s financial industry. These negotiations, however, will take at least two years and business decisions will have to be made in between.
Our panellists aim to bring light into the current discussions and dispel false and rash assumptions. The experts of the political and the financial sector will assess the current situation thereby focusing on the cooperation between the financial markets of London and Frankfurt and the future of the European Passport. The aim of the conference is to provide guidance for business decisions that makes strategic planning possible even during the period of negotiations.
5:30 pm Registration
6:00 pm Welcome:
6:15 pm Panel discussion:
Moderation: Dr. Hermann J. Knott, LLM
Attorney at Law (New York), Partner Luther Law Firm
Audience Q & As
7:30 pm Drinks Reception and Canapés