Leading Lawyer To Speak At Roundtable Discussion On Global Investment
Irwin Mitchell’s Head of International, Bryan Bletso, has been invited to share his views on global investment trends with an audience of business and government leaders from across the world.
Organised by the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC), Bryan will speak at the Commonwealth Trade and Investment Summit (CTIS) on 5/6th December 2022 in London.
The CWEIC is a network of around 100 business and government members from around the Commonwealth. It is a commercial, not-for-profit membership organisation with an official mandate from the Commonwealth Heads of Government to facilitate trade and investment throughout the 56 member nations. Irwin Mitchell joined as a Strategic Partner since July 2021 as part of its international growth strategy and has a seat on its Global Advisory Council.
This year’s summit will cover a host of issues including the need for a secure transition to sustainable energy, food security and resilience, health technology and the future of health delivery, and the future of green finance.
Bryan Bletso, Head of International at Irwin Mitchell, has been invited by CWEIC’s chair, Lord Marland of Odstock, to lead a roundtable discussion about the UK economy and foreign direct investment trends and predictions.
Expert Opinion“I’m honoured to be invited to speak at this year’s Commonwealth Trade and Investment Summit. The Commonwealth business network can play a vital and positive role on the global recovery and I welcome the opportunity to open up new discussions and discuss trade and investment across the Commonwealth and beyond.” Bryan Bletso
In addition to CWEIC, Irwin Mitchell is also a member of First Law International (FLI). The firm joined in October 2018 as part of its international growth strategy and since being appointed it has become a key member of the network - highlighted by its appointment to FLI’s Advisory Board.
Irwin Mitchell is also a founder and board member of Avrio Advocati, a network of around 40 primarily European firms.
Irwin Mitchell also recently announced the appointment of experienced senior lawyer, Catherine Palmer, as its French desk lead.