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Brexit Series - Implications for the Irish financial services sector

 

Wednesday 22nd  February 2017 10:00 to 13:00 (Registration from 9:30)

Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street

3 CPD Points

Confirmed chair, speakers and topics

 

  • The Hon. Mr Justice Max Barrett - Chair
  • Eoghan Murphy TD, Minister of State for Financial Services - Opening address
  • Sharon Donnery, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland - Challenges for cross border regulation
  • Prof Takis Tridimas, Chair of EU law, Kings College, London - Brexit and financial services: prospects and challenges
  • Paul Egan, Chair of Corporate, Mason, Hayes and Curran, Law Society Appointee to Irish Takeover Panel - Public Company Takeovers: Future Regulation of Shared Jurisdiction Companies
  • Lyndon MacCann SC - Opportunities for potential litigation in financial services

Rates: Standard: €160 | ICEL Members €80 | ICEL Associate Members €40

Registration is now open here.

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