With a Brexit Deal Done, What is Next? A Look Ahead on EU & UK Relations with the EU’s Brexit Negotiator
Join us for first hand insights on Britain’s Exit from the European Union with Stefaan De Rynck, Senior Adviser to Michel Barnier the Chief Negotiator for Brexit at the EU Commission. This is a not to be missed opportunity to hear the inside scoop on the thinking and process of the last 4 years of intense negotiations to coordinate the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU.
Mr. De Rynck will offer a parting analysis and elaborate on – looking back – what has been achieved.
In conversation with John Foley, of Reuters Breakingviews, Mr. De Rynck will answer questions like: “What will the future of EU-UK trade look like?”, “What did we get and what did we not achieve with the agreement?”, “Who got the better deal and did the EU get everything they wanted?”, and “Why have financial services not been included in the negotiated deal?” There will be an opportunity for live Q&A. This program is a must-attend for all U.S. and European companies that need to know about the consequences of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union.
• Stefaan De Rynck, the Senior Adviser to the Chief Negotiator for Brexit at the EU COMMISSION.
• John Sinclair Foley, U.S. editor, REUTERS BREAKINGVIEWS [Moderator]
Stefaan De RynckSenior Adviser to the Chief Negotiator for Brexit at the EU COMMISSION
Stefaan De Rynck is senior advisor of Michel Barnier, Chief EU Negotiator for Brexit, in charge of strategy, relations with think tanks and public engagement. Previously, he was Head of Unit in the department for single market and financial regulation. He has worked on various other EU policies, including transport, labour markets, environment, and regional development.