11:00 am - 11:45 am
In the third webinar of our Countdown to Brexit series our expert panel assesses the current knowns and unknowns of Brexit and how this will impact on Northern Ireland’s unique trading position with Europe. At this critical time, it is essential that businesses are clear on the steps they need to take now.
Time is of the essence and deal or no deal, businesses must act to protect trade flows and to be alert to changes and new guidance. Registering for Trader Support Services is highly advisable, and our panel will explain why.
Our expert panel including Deirdre Maguire of InterTrade Ireland, Seamus Leheny of Logistics UK and Johanna Cunningham from Arthur Cox provide solid advice and critical information to help support businesses to prepare for Brexit.
Johanna Cunningham, Arthur Cox
Johanna is an associate solicitor in the Corporate and Commercial Team in the Arthur Cox Belfast Office. She has extensive experience in advising on both contentious and non-contentious data compliance and data protection matters. Johanna’s experience includes advising on commercial contracts, data processing agreements, data transfer arrangements, data breaches, subject access requests, privacy notices and ICO communications. Johanna has also gained considerable experience in relation to data compliance which includes advising on additional safeguards and derogations under the GDPR and data transfers during and after the EU Exit transition period.
Seamus Leheny, Logistics UK
Seamus Leheny is the Policy Manager for Logistics UK in Northern Ireland representing the interests of businesses involved in all elements of logistics, supply chains and transport.
Seamus’s work involves regular engagement with national and local government on a wide range of policy matters ranging from Brexit, compliance, sustainable transport and infrastructure.
Prior to working for Logistics UK, Seamus worked in the European and Deep Sea shipping industry representing various shipping companies based in Belfast Port gaining valuable experience in supply chains, administrative and customs protocols for various trade flows.
Deirdre Maguire, InterTradeIreland
Deirdre has a wide range of experience working with SMEs, is a Bachelor of Financial Services. She previously worked with Ulster Bank in both Retail and in Business Banking for over 20 years and in a range of positions. She then worked in the manufacturing sector with Norbrook Laboratories and then with MJM Marine Group and now manages the InterTrade Ireland Brexit Advisory Service and is working closely with SMEs sharing the detail of supports available through Brexit and Covid.
Bookings are closed for this event.