Month: December 2017

Presentation of the Annual Report 2017/18 of the German Council of Economic Experts (GCEE)

Friday 08 December 2017 – Guest speaker: Prof. Volker Wieland

Followed by a discussion chaired by Elga Bartsch, Global CoHead
of Economics & Chief European Economist – Morgan Stanley

BayernLB, London Branch – Moor House
120 London Wall, EC2Y 5ET

This is a partner event of the German Economic Council.

How will the EU look in twenty years time?

Thursday 14th Dec 2017 – Guest Speakers: Andrew Duff & Kirsty Hughes            16:45 – 19:00 Mary Summer House, 24 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3RB

The Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation is organising in cooperation with the Federal Trust and the Global Policy Institute to assess the contrasting and overlapping attitudes to major European questions in the UK and the Germany. The panel lists will speculate on how the EU may evolve over the next 20 years and will asses the impact of Brexit on the future of the European Union.

This is a partner event of the Federal Trust – event registration is required. Please contact:  events@fedtrust.co.uk

The alternative discussion to Brexit

Monday 15th January 2018 – Guest Speaker: Robert Bischof                                  19:00 at Lancaster Hall Hotel, 35 Craven Terrace, London W2 3EL

We are delighted to welcome Robert Bischof, Chairman of the German-British Forum as our guest speaker. Mr. Bischof is going to refer critically on the negotiations so far between Great Britain and the European Union. In this framework Mr. Bischof will present alternative perspectives on the Brexit debate.

 

Who is Robert Bischof?

Robert (Bob) Bischof is a German, who has lived and worked in Britain for 40 years. He is well known for his outspoken comments on economic, political and industrial issues concerning Britain and Germany. He is convinced that the two countries can gain much by learning from each other.

A regular speaker at conferences and events, he has co-authored a number of books, and had numerous articles published in German and British newspapers on economic issues. He also appears regularly as a commentator on TV and Radio in both countries.

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