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Since the UK people voted to leave the EU in June 2016 the Brexit has been a populair
topic. In September 2016 the Dutch newspaper Financieele Dagblad wrote about
Japanese banks leaving the City and relocating to Amsterdam in connection with the
Brexit for the first time. The Financial Times wrote in November 2016 about Brexit
worries of several Japanese financial groups. This week on January 17, 2017 UK prime
minister Theresa May gave her longanticipated
speech in which she set out her Brexit
blueprint, including the following two red lines for the negotiations: Britain will (a) not
give up control of immigration and (b) not return to the jurisdiction of the European
Court of Justice. What does this socalled
hard Brexit or clean Brexit scenario mean?
And what are the consequences for Japanese businesses?
Houthoff Buruma, Dujat, JCC and NFIA are delighted to invite you to the Brexit seminar
on Wednesday 15th February.
In this Brexit seminar Mrs. Prof. Laura Parret, partner EU & Competition law from the
Houthoff Buruma Brussels office will elaborate on the different Brexit scenario's,
Theresa May her speech and the possible consequences for Japanese businesses.
Mr.Christiaan Zijderveld, partner Financial Markets Group from the Houthoff Buruma
Amsterdam office will discuss the possible influence of the Brexit on insolvency and
And Mr. Nobuhiro Matsumoto, Chairman of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands, will provide his views on the possible consequences of the Brexit.
Gustav Mahlerplein 50
1082 MA Amsterdam
Wednesday 29, March 2017
World Trade Center B-9
1077 XX Amsterdam
Tel 020 66 21 457
Fax 020 66 49 781
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