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Irwin Mitchell Hosts British Swiss Chamber of Commerce Brexit Event
Leading Panel Discusses UK Swiss Trade And Migration Agreements
The London office of law firm Irwin Mitchell has today hosted a British Swiss Chamber of Commerce event which examined the potential impacts of Brexit in relation to Switzerland.
This event was designed to provide delegates with the most up-to-date tax and legal information regarding the impact of the UK-Swiss Trade and Migration Agreements and what they mean for Swiss citizens and business based in the UK and for UK businesses which trade with Switzerland.
The panellists included Glyn Williams, director general of the Border, Immigration and Citizenship Policy & International Group at the Home Office, Charlotte Heyes, deputy director of Free Trade Agreements at the, Department for International Trade, Alexander Renggli, Head of Economics, Finance, Science & Innovation at the Embassy of Switzerland and Simon Sutcliffe, a partner at Blick Rothenberg. The panel was chaired by Irwin Mitchell employment partner Dr. Sybille Steiner.
“Britain’s exit from the EU is proving complex and citizens as well as businesses are looking for answers regarding their rights and the future trading environment. The panel explained the Agreements already entered into between the UK and Switzerland and highlighted many issues from continuity of trade to migration of labour and customs to name but a few. We were delighted to host this event and we hope that attendees found it to be valuable.” Sybille Steiner - Partner