London | RBCC Morning Seminar: 'UK-Russia Trade Relations - Perspectives Post-Brexit', Tuesday 18 September 2018
The RBCC London is pleased to invite you to a
Morning Seminar: ‘UK- Russia Trade Relations – Perspectives Post- Brexit’ presented by
Ulf Schneider, founder and Managing Partner of SCHNEIDER GROUP
With years of experience in global business, Ulf Schneider’s perspective on post-Brexit Russo-British business relations will be relevant and valuable to all and will surely give us a chance to think about the future. Whether we are ‘Remainers’ or ‘Leavers’, we have to be adaptable and as prepared as can be for the changes that will take place.
Key points to be addressed:
· Potential Trade deal between the UK & Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).
· The UK as the potential European base for US-Russia business.
· Technical regulations: What can the UK do to lower non-tariff barriers with EEU.
· The possible direction of the UK’s sanction regime on Russia.
Ulf is the founder and Managing Partner of SCHNEIDER GROUP, as well as Managing Director and Publisher of the owc Foreign Trade Publishing House. Before setting up his company, Ulf worked as CFO in Allianz’s Moscow office and at Procter & Gamble in financial management and corporate taxation in Germany and in Brussels. He studied economics at the University of Kiel and at the University of Illinois.
About SCHNEIDER GROUP:
Founded in 2003 as an accounting outsourcing company, SCHNEIDER GROUP has grown into a full-fledged business consultancy with 500 employees. The company’s services include market entry support, accounting outsourcing, tax consulting, import, ERP systems and legal support (migration, labor and corporate law) in Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, and Poland. In 2018, SCHNEIDER GROUP opens new offices in Armenia and Uzbekistan.
This event is kindly being held at Rossotrudnichestvo, which is located at
37 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 5ED
Please find more information here about the work they do in promoting the understanding of Russian culture and identity, as well as expanding cooperation between Russian and British educational and cultural institutions.
9.00 am- Registration
9.30 am- Seminar begins
10.30 am- Q&A
10.45 am- Carriages
Members of the RBCC have free entry for up to two delegates, any additional delegate from a member company will be £5.00 +VAT.
Non-members are welcome to attend at a cost of £20.00+ VAT.
Teas, Coffees and light breakfast snacks will be provided.
With a limited space of 30 people, if you would like to register to attend this event please do so as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. To register or for additional information please contact Alison.firstname.lastname@example.org specifying your name, company and contact details.
We look forward to seeing you there!