Jersey, 30 March 2017 – Richard Gordon QC, Brick Court Chambers, together with Thomas Cowsill, Head of Technical, Jersey Finance and Mike Jones, Director of Policy at the Jersey Financial Services Commission, will be speaking at ICSA: The Governance Institute’s annual conference in Jersey on the subject of Brexit and what it means for the island. The trio will discuss progress so far since the UK took the decision to leave the EU and consider what the Brexit route map is looking like for Jersey.
Taking place at The Royal Yacht Hotel in Weighbridge, St Helier on 27 April 2017, this year’s conference – the largest conference for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) professionals in Jersey – tackles the theme of ‘Securing the Future’ and offers insights into how Jersey businesses and other organisations can steady the ship in the face of heightened risk and uncertainty.
Besides insight into Brexit, delegates will benefit from expert input on corporate governance, leadership, minute taking, social engineering, mindfulness and personal development as follows:
“Political uncertainty in the UK and Europe is having a ripple down effect in terms of market confidence. Add to market instability increased pressure arising from more stringent financial services’ regulation, and it is little wonder that people are turning to good governance to help steady the ship. Our conference is the ideal forum for delegates to hone their governance skills and will provide them with the tools to approach the coming year with confidence,” says Robert Le Corre, Chair of ICSA’s Jersey Branch.
Places can be booked online at icsa.org.uk/jerseyconf17.
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