Brexit and future relations – an Irish perspective

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, our European counterparts prepare for the new relationship ahead. We are inviting permanent representatives from various EU member states to give briefings on their views and position on Brexit. The third briefing of this series will be given by Counsellor Émer Deane, Brexit Counsellor from the Irish Permanent Representation to the European Union.

This event is held under Chatham House rule


Equivalence and its Impact on the Financial Sector

The question of equivalence is expected to play a central role in the definition of a future EU-UK relationship. Reference to “reviewed and improved equivalence mechanisms” has been made in recent negotiations surrounding the status of financial services in particular.

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Brexit and future relations – a Belgian perspective

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, our European counterparts prepare for the new relationship ahead. We are inviting permanent representatives from various EU member states to give briefings on their views and position on Brexit. The fourth briefing of this series will be given by Mr Timon Salomonson from the Permanent Representation of Belgium to the European Union.

This event is held under Chatham House rule


Brexit and future relations – a Dutch perspective

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, our European counterparts prepare for the new relationship ahead. We are inviting permanent representatives from various EU member states to give briefings on their views and position on Brexit. The fifth briefing of this series will be given by Dr Stephan Raes Head of Economic Department from the Netherlands Permanent Representation to the EU.

This event is held under Chatham House rule