Asia House Brexit Series: Jeremy Browne
Jeremy Browne, Special Representative for the City of London to the European Union, will brief Asia House corporate members and selected participants by invitation only on the expectations of future developments in the UK following the EU referendum result. Prior to his current role, Browne was Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with responsibility for British relations with Asia. As a result, he will be able to shed light on the potential consequences of the City of London’s engagement with the region.
This event is taking place as part of the Asia House Brexit Series, which encompasses a number of seminars and private briefings examining the implications of Brexit. In this series we will monitor developments following the EU referendum with a focus on both the UK and the EU’s relationship with Asia both economically and politically.
In his current role Jeremy Browne is involved in a range of EU issues including the UK’s EU referendum and the Capital Markets Union. He represents the UK based financial and professional services sectors at the highest levels in Brussels and in EU Member States, with policy makers, regulators, central bankers, MEPs, Commissioners and officials, national governments and other key opinion formers. He strongly supports closer engagement with Europe and Asia, international free trade and economic liberalisation. In 2014 he published Race Plan: An authentic liberal plan to get Britain fit for ‘The Global Race’, a radical discourse on engaging Chinese and Indian rapidly evolving markets, and securing a favourable position for Britain in changing global economic environment.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only and for representatives of Asia House corporate members.
For further information, please contact: Sam Deave, Business & Policy Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 307 5454.
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