The European Union Chamber of Commerce in Toronto cordially invites you to a seminar on CETA and its impact on trade during Europe Now
We are looking forward to welcoming the following speakers:
– Ralph Cuervo-Lorens, Partner, Blaney McMurtry LLP
– Rafal Lapkowski, Trade Advisor and Second Secretary, EU Delegation to Canada
– Ana Renart, Deputy Chief Negotiator Canada-European Union, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
– Bernard M. Wolf (PhD), Director, International Business Designation, Professor of Economics and International Business, Schulich School of Business, York University
Agenda may be found here.
Light lunch will be available. Please note that the space is limited and this event is first come, first served.
If you would like to visit the show, please visit Europe Now’s website and use the following code: CETA100.
Friday, September 28, 2012
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Direct Energy Centre
100 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto
Economic Outlook 2011
Monday, April 18, 2011
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m
Lunch and keynote presentation with Dr. Nout Wellink, President, Nederlandsche Bank at the Royal York’s Imperial Room. Nout Wellink brings 14 years’ experience as the head of the Dutch central bank and a candid view of the economy.
Completing his second term in July, this will be Dr. Wellink’s final speech in Toronto as President of the Bank.
To mark this special occasion, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney will be joining our head table and delivering introductory remarks about Dr. Wellink.
Central bank chiefs from Poland, Finland, Slovenia, Luxembourg, Estonia and the U.S. will pay tribute by video to Dr. Wellink while he discusses the prospects for growth and takes your questions.
Amanda Lang, host of the Lang O’Leary Exchange, is the master of ceremonies.
EU Chamber Member $90.00 Non-Members $110.00
followed by Q & A.
This event is made possible by the generous support of our friends and sponsors. Our event is a joint presentation of the Canadian Netherlands Business and Professional Association (CNBPA), the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber (BCBC), and the European Union Chamber of Commerce in Toronto (EUCOCIT).