The Deloitte Brexit Webinar on April 19, 2017
Herman Van Rompuy and Deloitte experts assessed the potential impact on corporate Netherlands of the triggering of Article 50
The UK government has officially triggered Article 50 on March 29. This made April a good moment to reflect on where we are and what the future might hold for business in The Netherlands. This is the reason why Deloitte Netherlands hosted a 1-hour webinar on April 19, which can be replayed below.
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- Current status from both EU and UK perspectives
- Implications for negotiating positions, the financial services industry, mobility, customs and tax
- How Dutch businesses and organisations should respond to these challenges
- Herman Van Rompuy, Former President of the European Council
- Ian Stewart & Sally Jones, Deloitte Chief UK Economist & Director International Trade Policy
- Peter Kavelaars, Deloitte Partner Tax & Director 'Wetenschappelijk Bureau'
- Caroline Zegers, Deloitte Partner Global Employer Services
- Simon Zeital, Deloitte Partner Head of Structural Reform
As former economist at the National Bank of Belgium, Herman Van Rompuy began his political career in 1973 as national vice-president of his party's youth council. He has held various responsibilities within his party and in the Belgian Parliament, serving in turn as Senator (1988-1995) and Member of Parliament (1995-2009). Elected as the first full-time President of the European Council in November 2009, Herman Van Rompuy took office when the Lisbon Treaty came into force on 1 December 2009. In 2012, he was re-elected for a second term starting on 1 June 2012 and running until 30 November 2014.