On Friday 7 April, Alumni based in London gathered for a breakfast organised by Anne-Claire Marangoni (IRD 2007/2008), to discuss the expected political, legal and economic consequences of Brexit. The event started with a presentation by Nat Copsey, Head of Europe Research Group, FCO.
Taking stock of the current political situation, Alumni exchanged their views and experience of the potential challenges Brexit creates. The event gathered institutional stakeholders as well as representatives of the private sector.
The event was made possible thanks to the kind support of Hunton & Williams and its Centre for Information Policy Leadership which hosted the breakfast at The Gherkins. The President of the Centre, Bojana Bellamy, moderated the discussion.