The New World Order Created by Brexit and Trump: What Are the Policy Implications in Brussels, London and Washington, D.C.?

13 October 2017


K&L Gates
One New Change
(Watling Street entrance)
London EC4M 9AF
United Kingdom


With the pending UK departure from the EU and the America first agenda of the Trump Administration, businesses that have international dealings face significant policy and regulatory challenges. Underpinning both Brexit and Trump is an assertion of national sovereignty. Yet, the march toward regulatory harmonization seemingly continues. What are the regional and global policy and regulatory implications in the years ahead?

Our London office will host an informal executive lunch roundtable discussion to exchange views on the key issues that should be on the radar of businesses that operate internationally in the new global order.

Presenters will offer insights on policy priorities in Brussels, London and Washington, DC.

  • James Bethell, CEO of Westbourne Communications (London)
  • Giovanni Campi, Financial Services Policy Director, K&L Gates (Brussels)
  • Daniel F. C. Crowley, Partner, K&L Gates (Washington, D.C.)
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