IFLR European In-House Counsel Summit 2020

February 4 - Hilton Tower Bridge, London 

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FREE for in-house/general counsel and heads of legal
Early bird rate for private practice and advisors (ends December 20)
Registration is open - confirm your place today


International Financial Law Review   is pleased to announce the return of its eighth annual IFLR European In-house Counsel Summit to London. Over 200 general counsel, heads of legal, corporate counsel and leading private practice lawyers will gather to debate and discuss the key trends impacting in-house counsel.

With Brexit and trade war tensions destabilising the economic and geopolitical
environment, 2020 looks to be a challenging year for in-house counsel. This one-day
forum will explore how to best navigate this uncertain landscape, as well as recent
reforms in the debt and equity capital markets, protectionism in M&A, compliance
and data protection, trends in employment law and much more.

This forum will also introduce a series of focus sessions covering issues that will
prove crucial in the year to come. Delegates attending these will gain insight into:
where to prioritise investment in legal technology to maximise efficiency; how to
keep up with trends in work culture; best practices for interacting with regulators;
and how best to operate in the ever-growing FinTech market.

Reserve your place now.

Senem Barut
+44 (0) 207 779 8334

Lucy Huckle
+44 (0) 207 779 8577

Melanie Petch
+44 (0) 207 779 8836




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