Preparing for new UK border controls: clearBorder and Global Counsel in partnership

During the event, we taught you about major changes to UK/EU border controls from January 2022, and how the clearBorder/Global Counsel partnership can get you ready.

clearBorder's new online, on-demand, modular training courses give you the knowledge you need to reduce supply chain risks, increase efficiency and protect your reputation.

We gave you a sneak preview covering:

  • Importing, exporting, origin, food and animal products, and more
  • How you can assign and track your whole team training in a few clicks
  • Benefits, including reduced risk, lower costs, enhanced reputation and competitive advantage

clearBorder provides training and advice on borders and international trade, combining simple, modular courses, deep insight into technology, government policy and expert understanding of border processes. Founded by Christopher Salmon, former Senior Policy Advisor overseeing the UK's border preparations for leaving the EU, clearBorder is working in partnership with Global Counsel to give clients the best in strategic advice and operational support.

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The FCA’s new Consumer Duty: the investor perspective


Digital panel discussion with William Sweet, Director of Global Investor Services, Global Counsel; Lorraine Johnston, Partner at Ashurst’s Global Finance Regulatory Practice; Isadora Arredondo, Associate Director at Global Counsel’s Financial Services practice; and Felix Cazalet, CAIA, Senior Associate for Global Investor Services, Global Counsel, to discuss the new Consumer Duty and the key changes the new Duty will bring.


Flash call - Italian elections: a first assessment


Digital panel discussion with Federico Eichberg, Head of Unit at the Italian Ministry of Economic Development; Davide Taliente, Counsellor on Foreign Investment Attraction with the Italian government; and Ana Martínez, Practice Director, EU Politics & Policy at Global Counsel, to discuss what to expect from the next Italian government. The discussion will be moderated by Francesco di Lodovico, Director at GC.