IFLR European In-House Counsel Summit 2017 - January 26, 2017

26 January 2017, The Waldorf Hilton Hotel, London


IFLR Coverage 

The annual IFLR European In-house Counsel Summit is returned for its fifth year to London on January 26, 2017 .

A record 400 delegates ranging from senior in-house counsel to vice presidents from leading corporates (public and private) and UK and European-based banks registered to discuss matters relating to financial law, including M&A, capital markets, liability management and competition..

Alongside these topics, the Summit navigated through:

  • Analysis on the state of the Capital Markets Union
  • Integration of UK Corporate Governance Code compliance with international business
  • How to narrow the valuation gap in M&A deals
  • The UK competition regime post-Brexit
  • How to manage legal privilege and internal communications in disputes
  • How to interpret your liquidity and decide on the best route for accessing funds
  • Interactive sessions on whistleblowing, data protection and making legal a business

You can read more on the key takeaways and view photos  from the event for an idea of the high-level discussions that took place and delegates who attended.

Delegate feedback 2017

"Quality of speakers were excellent"

"I really look forward to the next event. Very well done as always"

"[I was] brought up to speed on a whole range of topics...having a high level overview generally is important and [the] forum delivered that"

"The strength of the presentations was excellent as was the quality of the content"

"Real discussions as opposed to presentations"

"It was a good seminar and an excellent venue. Keep it up"

"Very good speakers and good quality of attendees"

"A great event I truly enjoyed. Organisation and facilities excellent, level of speakers truly global"


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Shearman & Sterling

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