Cyllid yr UE ar ôl Brexit

From: Oct. 12, 2018, 2 p.m.
To: Oct. 12, 2018, 5:30 p.m.
Location: Auditorium 001, Energy Safety Research Institute, Swansea University Bay Campus, Bay Campus

Welsh Government wants Wales to be an ambitious outward looking country connected to the rest of the world through lasting economic social and cultural links.

The session will examine issues including how powers returning from the EU should be exercised in future, how such frameworks could best operate in practice and how powers could be exercised at a devolved level.

We want to hear straight from the people who drive the Welsh economy and the panel will provide valuable insight into how we can position Wales to prosper after the UK leaves the European Union.

Please register by contacting Laura Wood (l.p.wood@swansea.ac.uk) by Friday 5 October.

2:00 pm Welcome: Prof Richard Davies, Vice Chancellor Swansea University

2:10 pm Introduction: Julie James MP

2:25 pm Derek Vaughan MEP

2:45 pm Presentation by Michael Moore, PwC and Former Scottish Secretary

3:15 pm Presentation by Deirdre Fox, Director Strategic Business Development, TATA Steel

3:30 pm Keynote speech: Mark Drakeford, Finance Minister

3:50 pm Political & Business Q&A Panel with above, chaired by Prof Andrew Davies, Chair of ABMU Health Board

4:30 pm Refreshments/Networking


Contact: Laura Wood (Email: l.p.wood@swansea.ac.uk)


Event created by: m.m.tome

 
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