Brexit talks and future UK-EU relationships after Brexit

コロナ禍による経済・産業への深刻な打撃が懸念される中、欧州経済のひとつの分岐点となるブレグジット交渉も大詰めを迎えています。交渉は「通商合意なき離脱(ハードブレグジット)」の可能性を払拭できないまま 10 月 15日~16 日に開催予定の欧州連合(EU)首脳会議が注目を集めています。 この度のEMBビジネスウェビナーでは、「Brexit talks and future UK-EU relationships after Brexit」と題して、ブレグジット後の英国・EU 関係の行方、経済・産業界への影響、日本企業への示唆など、EU 離脱を取り巻くビジネス環境の変化を中心とした内容を取り上げます。 法律、通商の専門家3人をパネリストに迎え、パネルディスカッション形式で、離脱に関わる現状の問題点、今後の道筋、在欧日系企業が直面するさまざまな課題を踏まえ、幅広い視点で論じます。


  • Graham Holman

    Graham Holman

    Director of Sumitomo Corporation Europe Ltd.

    Graham is a Director of Sumitomo Corporation Europe Ltd., the European regional office of Sumitomo Corporation, heading the Corporate Coordination & Planning Group with responsibility for Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Russia CIS.

    He is also Co-Head of the Brexit Task Force of the Japan Business Council in Europe and has served as a Council Member and Trustee of Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is an independent policy institute based in London.

  • Paul Butcher

    Paul Butcher

    Brexit Director, Herbert Smith Freehills

    Since the EU referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU Paul has been part of Herbert Smith Freehills’ core Brexit team. As Brexit Director he has responsibility for the firm’s coverage of Brexit for clients.  He works closely with client, sector and practice teams across the firm’s global network to help clients prepare for this major change. He also engages with Government and other key City and industry stakeholders to help develop solutions to Brexit related challenges for businesses.

    Paul is co-author of the UK chapter of The Public-Private Partnership Law Review (1st, 2nd and 3rd editions).

  • Sebastian Remøy

    Sebastian Remøy

    Executive Vice President Kreab Worldwide, Global Head of Public Affairs

    Sebastian heads Public Affairs globally, and leads Kreab’s Trade & Competition Practice and the Brexit Team. He is also European Chair of the Transatlantic Business Council’s Brexit Working Group. Sebastian was EFTA’s representative on EU’s Internal Market Advisory Committee, and Secretary to EFTA’s Horizontal Group on the Lisbon/Internal Market Strategies. He was Senior Trade Specialist at the U.S. Embassies in London and Oslo, where he was Deputy/Acting Head of the Commercial Section. At the start of his career he was a Policy Analyst at the Office of Technology Assessment in the U.S. Congress, and at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.