IFLR European In-House Counsel Summit 2019

January 24, Waldorf Hilton, London


International Financial Law Review  hosted the seventh annual  IFLR European In-house Counsel Summit which took place at  Waldorf Hilton in London on January 24 2019.

The conference welcomed over 150 leading industry representatives, regulators, institutional investors, law firms, bankers and corporate counsel to explore:

  • Volatility in the debt and equity capital markets
  • Brexit and its impact on cross border disputes
  • Challenges of SMCR,
  • M&A recent activity levels
  • Digital disruption
  • GDPR and IR35
  • plus much more

Attendees were able to:

  • Find out how your peers are managing Brexit uncertainty in the debt and equity capital markets
  • Hear an update on CMA activity and what the main achievements are four years on
  • Listen to leading in-house counsel discuss SMCR post implementation and the key challenges
  • Discuss how the M&A industry is changing with digital technology and disruption
  • Understand what GDPR means for your role and your business and experiences so far
  • Gain insights on the latest employment law challenges including IR35

Who attended?

  • General counsel
  • Heads of legal
  • Corporate counsel
  • Company secretaries
  • Chief legal officers
  • Private practice lawyers


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