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Business Briefing: Brexit Updates

It is our pleasure to invite you to attend Business Briefing: Brexit Updates organized by JETRO London and PwC Ireland. With Brexit deadline just around the corner, this will be a great opportunity to hear the latest economic updates and how Brexit could impact businesses in Ireland.

For Japanese speaking audiences, this is a rare chance to hear Brexit topics briefed in Japanese by expert research team based in UK.

Date: Tuesday, 19th February
Time: 3.15 p.m. (Japanese session) | 4.15 p.m. (English session)
Venue: PwC Ireland, One Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1

Presentations:

  • 3.30 p.m. | ‘Brexit Updates from UK and Impacts on Business’ presented by JETRO London (in Japanese only)
  • 4.45 p.m. | ‘Brexit and the Future of Ireland and Japan Trade’ presented by PwC (in English)

Presentations will be followed by networking – canapes and drinks.

To register for this event, please RSVP by Wednesday, 13th February by email: info@ija.ie or call: 01-6787008.

Please download your Invitation Card HERE!

Event is organized by JETRO London and PwC Ireland.
Event is supported by Ireland Japan Association.

Brexit Seminar

The Ireland Japan Association and Dillon Eustace was hosting the Brexit Seminar on 23rd May to discuss the opportunities and challenges that Brexit presents for Ireland.

The speakers, Kate Curneen, Partner – Banking and Capital Markets, Dillon Eustace and Philip O’Sullivan, Chief Economist, Investec offered their view on Brexit, how it will affect Ireland and what are the opportunities in the post-Brexit era.

Philip O’Sullivan, Investec and Kate Curneen, Dillon Eustace

The presentations were followed by questions from the audience and networking breakfast.

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

On behalf of IJA, we would like to thank our hosts – Dillon Eustace, the speakers and everyone who attended the event, and we look forward seeing you at our events in the future!

More photos from the event are here!

Brexit Seminar

The Ireland Japan Association and Dillon Eustace would like to invite you to a breakfast seminar to discuss the opportunities and challenges that Brexit presents for Ireland.

Date: Tuesday, 23rd May, 2017
Time: 8.15 a.m. – 9.30 a.m.
Venue: Dillon Eustace, 33 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2

Speakers:

  • Kate Curneen, Partner – Banking and Capital Markets, Dillon Eustace
    Kate joined Dillon Eustace in 2012 and became a partner in the banking and capital markets department in 2016. Her practice covers a wide range of debt finance work, including structured finance, corporate and asset based lending and debt capital markets.  Kate has advised a wide range of vendors, purchasers and financiers of distressed and non-performing loan portfolios, as well as in connection with the related restructuring, workout and refinancing. She advises clients on regulatory matters, including consumer and SME lending, authorization and compliance issues, passporting, credit servicing and arrears resolution.
  • Philip O’Sullivan, Chief Economist, Investec
    Philip O’Sullivan joined Investec Ireland as Chief Economist in September 2012 and took on a broader role as Head of Macro-Financial Research in June 2016. His current remit covers responsibility for the production of research on the economy (both domestic and global), property market and the financial services sector. Philip previously worked for Goodbody Stockbrokers and Business & Finance and was educated at UCC, UCD and LSE.

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