What must you have arranged and what should you have considered if a deal is concluded or if there is a hard Brexit?
29-11-2018, 2.30 - 5.30, CET
On 29 November, it will be only 4 months until the UK leaves the EU. There are signs that the European Union and the UK are moving closer to a deal. However, a transition period through to 1 January 2021 will only begin if both the EU and the UK, as well as their respective parliaments, manage to agree on the terms for a
withdrawal agreement before 29 March 2019. Uncertainty about the future relationship after the 29 March 2019 will therefore continue for some time.
This session aims to inform you on the state of play and address the different options and their implications for the business sector. What must you have arranged and what should you have considered if a deal is concluded or if there is a hard Brexit?
2.30 p.m. Doors open
3.00 p.m. Welcome by Lyne Biewinga, Chairman NBCC Brexit Forum, NBCC
3.05 p.m. 15 minute views by:
- A UK government perspective by Robin Walker, Brexit Minister
- State of play Brexit negotiations by Stefaan de Rynck, Team Barnier, EU
- Dutch Government perspective by Guido Landheer, Dpty DG Foreign Economic Affairs
- Citizens' rights for those affected by Brexit by Kees Verhoeven, D66 MP
4.45 p.m. Implication for business per scenario and how to prepare
Interactive session with panel members and Q&A session
5.30 p.m. Close and drinks
Office Meijburg & Co
Laan van Langerhuize 9
1186 DS Amstelveen (click here)
Want to know more?
Read more about different Brexit scenarios and implications on our Brexit topic page [only in Dutch].
* Places at this event are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.