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Eversheds Sutherland partners with Britcham on Brexit initiative

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    15-11-2018

    Eversheds Sutherland’s Hong Kong office is partnering with the British Chamber of Commerce (Britcham) to support their members in the lead up to Brexit in March 2019.

    Stephen Kitts (Managing partner, Asia), Ros Kellaway (Head of Competition, EU and Trade) and Adam Ferguson (Head of Competition, Asia) are working with Britcham to create a programme of bespoke e-briefings, webinars, breakfast briefings and other events specifically designed for Britcham members. The programme, which will run over the next four months, includes regular video commentary and webinars by Ros and Adam. Together they will cover the latest developments, including the EU Council meeting in early December.

    Britcham is one of the largest, and most active, international business organisations in Hong Kong. With over 1,000 members it represents a broad spectrum of British, Hong Kong, international and Chinese companies.

    Adam Ferguson commented:

    “Brexit is a major challenge for Hong Kong companies with businesses or investments in the EU and we are delighted to be able to partner with Britcham to offer its members market-leading Brexit expertise at a crucial time for business.”

    Stephen Kitts added:

    “We have developed a close relationship with Britcham over the past few years. This latest initiative marks a significant step in strengthening our ties with Britcham and enabling us to reach out to some of the most important organisations and senior executives in Hong Kong.”

    Andrew Seaton, Executive Director of Britcham commented:

    “The Chamber is delighted to strengthen our long-standing relationship with Eversheds Sutherland. As Brexit moves into the next phase it is vital that we keep our members, and the wider business community, updated on the latest developments.”

     

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