Coface COUNTRY RISK CONFERENCE 2023
"SWITZERLAND - EUROPEAN UNION: RESTART OR DEAD END?"
November 28 2023, Zürich
Between Switzerland and the European Union, commercial relationships are complicated. On May 26, 2021, Switzerland broke off talks on the Framework agreement, that it had itself initiated to clarify institutional trade issues between the two. Since the talks broke off, the existing agreements from the early 2000s have not been updated, and consequences are noticeable. In March 2023, the government commissioned the drafting of the key points for a new negotiation mandate with EU.
So the main question is: «Restart or dead end?»
The official language of the conference will be English!
The event will take place at the Widder Hotel in Zurich
*By invitation only!*
The speakers and Moderator of our 2023 Conference will be :
- Kaspar Loeb (Moderator), Senior Consultant, cR-Kommunikation
- Christian Moins, Country Manager, Coface Switzerland
- Christiane Von Berg, Head of Economic Research Northern Europe Region & Belgium, Coface
- Nathalie Stieger, Head of Government Affairs, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd
- Natalie Sleeman, EU diplomat - Head of Sector Trade and Economic Affairs
For any request, please send an email to: Info.SUISSE@coface.com
A premium event focusing on country and industry risks worldwide
Organised by Coface, this conference is an ideal platform for specialists and managers to examine and discuss country and industry risks. At our event, you'll be at the center of national and international expert discussions about economic and trade issues and also you will be able to hone your vision for the management of your company. Find out first-hand about the opportunities and risks of current economic events worldwide and share insights about the latest trends and developments with other senior managers.
In many countries, the Coface Country Risk Conference is one of the industry's most important events.
By taking part, you will not only have the opportunity to optimize your export and investment decisions, but also to expand your knowledge in the areas of business, politics, society and the economy. We will analyze current events, examine the most important trends in the world economy and evaluate their influence on the economic situation facing Swiss companies. The challenge will be to establish the outlook for the Swiss industry in light of the current economic situation.
We organize them on an annual basis, always in English, but location may change.