What we need to know about Brexit with Stefaan de Rynck, John Bruton & Christian Noyer
As we get close to the December 31 Brexit deadline, please join us for a Brexit Update moderated by John Sinclair Foley, Reuters Breakingviews’ U.S. editor.
This is a not to be missed discussion about where we stand,
what is happening next and what US & European Companies need to know about the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union .. and the consequences for companies, investors & their advisors on both side of the Atlantic.
The discussion will take place on
Thursday, November 19, 2020 16:00-17:00 CET (10:00 – 11:00 EST)
Christian Noyer was appointed to the Treasury in the Ministry of the Economy and Finance in 1976 and was appointed Head of the Treasury in 1993. From 1980-1982 he was part of France’s permanent representation to the European Communities in Brussels. He has been Advisor and Chief of Staff for several Ministers of Finance. When the institution was set up in 1998, he was appointed Vice-President of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. In 2016, following the referendum on Brexit, the French Prime Minister entrusted him the task of promoting Paris as an attractive financial place.
John Bruton was first elected to Dáil Éireann in 1969 at the age of 22 as a member of the Fine Gael Party, joining its front bench in 1972, becoming Party Leader in 1990, and leading it into government in 1994. He served as Taoiseach from 1994 to 1997 and as Minister for Finance from 1981-1982 and 1986-1987. From 1982-1983 he was Minister for Industry & Energy, and Minister for Industry, Trade, Commerce & Tourism from 1983-1986. John Bruton was also the first EU Ambassador to the United States.
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.