ANTITRUST WEBINAR Managing antitrust risk and business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic

During this live debate, we will discuss: • the ways in which authorities are responding to challenges faced by businesses having to engage in industry collaboration in order to ensure security of supplies of essential products and services and mitigate the risk of business failure; • the European Commission’s temporary framework for state aid to enable Governments to provide emergency support for Europe’s businesses and economies; and • the impact of the crisis on global deal timelines as the authorities adjust to new ways of working.

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FRC Coordindation Meeting

For the first time in years, the UK-EU relationship is no longer the headline and front page of every news outlet in Europe. However as yet there has been no indication from either side that an extension is being considered, and as a result we know that the business community is still concerned as to what the future may hold. In order to shed some light on this, our next Future Relations Committee meeting will be held as a video conference on Wednesday 25th March, at 16:00 CET.



POSTPONED NEW DATE TBC - An Evening Of 'Timeless' Classical Music

Join the British Chamber of Commerce and Expedite Group Europe for a wonderful evening of classical chamber music featuring masterpieces of Mozart, Beethoven & Schubert performed by world class artists: Tatiana Samouil, Nicolas Dupont, Luc Tooten, Han Bin Yoon, Marc Sabbah, Gergely Kota & Irina Lankova. Set in the Eglise Saint-Martin in Tourinnes-la-Grosse (Beauvechain 1320) the event celebrates the 1000th anniversary of this beautiful gothic church and the 5th edition of the annual Max Festival programme.

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British Chamber Academy Launch Cocktail

Join us after the trainings and find out everything about the British Chamber Academy with its Dean, Dirk Daenen, and get 20% off your next training!


Green Deal Series: Farm to Fork Strategy - what can we expect?

In what turned out to be our final EU Committee event before moving online for a few weeks, we were delighted to welcome the Director of Food & Feed Safety and Innovation at DG SANTE, Sabine Juelicher. Ms Juelicher addressed a sold out room of our full and patron membership, leading a discussion on the Commission’s Farm to Fork Strategy in the context of the European Green Deal.

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BNG Networking Cocktail for Young Professionals

Once again we will be returning to Wine Tales to host the next Brussels New Generation Networking Cocktail for Young Professionals in March. Join us from 18:30 onwards for an evening of fun, whist networking and socialising with other young professionals in Brussels!


The Future of EU Fintech Policy

We were pleased to welcome Jan Ceyssens Head of Digital Finance Unit at DG FISMA | European Commission. This discussion covered a wide range of topics on the future of EU fintech policy. Particularly looking at the European Commission’s Digital Agenda and the 2018 FinTech Action Plan. Fintech is cross-sector by nature as it involves various areas such as data, finance as well as AI, for this reason, it is crucial for the Commission to have a holistic approach when it comes to fintech. This is apparent with the Commission’s Digital Agenda, whereby DG FISMA worked closely with DG CONNECT on its creation. This agenda aims to create digital opportunities for businesses and people to ensure that the EU is fit for the digital age. Although the EU is lagging behind the US and China it is clear that it has the potential to catch up and soon become a global leader in this sector.

This event is held under Chatham House rule


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