The European American Chamber of Commerce and AIG held a discussion of transatlantic trade, policy and regulation.
Trade policy and regulatory coherence are critical for the economies of both the European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.). For the UK, the financial services sector is an integral part of the economy, and the UK excels in insurance, banking, asset management, capital markets, related professional services and Fin Tech. The UK in fact provides the wider EU with a sizeable portion of its capital markets and associated liquidity. Likewise, the bank sector is important in the EU and interacts with that of the U.S. across multiple fronts.
More widely, transatlantic trade is a core component of the U.S.-EU relationship. Panelists will explore these issues, and more, and deep dive into the complexities and challenges of twenty-first century international trade, trade policy and regulatory coherence.
David O'Sullivan, Ambassador of the European Union to the United States
Antony Phillipson, HM Trade Commissioner North America
Victor Rod, Of Counsel, Arendt Medernach
Gregory J. Nowak, Partner, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Caroline Krass,Senior Vice President & General Counsel for General Insurance and Deputy General Counsel, AIG
Thomas Leonardi, EVP, Government Affairs, AIG (Moderator)
5:30-6:00 PM | Check in/Networking
6:00-7:30 PM | Program
7:30-8:00 PM | Networking
Pepper Hamilton is a founding member of the EACCNY.
175 Water Street
New York, NY
There is no cost to register.