EACC Past Webinars: An Archive
EACC Past Webinars: An Archive
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Brexit Straight from the Source with Stefaan De Rynck, John Bruton & Christian Noyer
As we get close to the December 31 Brexit deadline, join us for a Brexit Update with John Bruton, former Taoiseach, Irish Prime Minister, and the first EU Ambassador to the United States along with Christian Noyer, Former Governor Banque de France and First VP of the ECB.
2020 Wrap-up: EU’s Agenda on Regulatory, Economic, and Financial Issues
Recent changes to the regulatory landscape in Europe and the U.S. are bound to impact the global economy. This webinar addresses key components in how best to handle cross-border matters today, while navigating the legal and financial obstacles across the two continents.
Life Sciences & COVID: what has changed & what you need to know to succeed?
This is a discussion on how the life science sector has evolved during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Our panel of experts shared their perspectives on how COVID-19 has impacted deal making in the life sciences sector, the changing regulatory landscape and emerging trends/opportunities.
Financial Planning & US Tax for Multi-National Families
Our panel covered topics such as: Pre-Immigration Tax Planning; U.S. Income tax issues for U.S. non-citizen/non-residents; Expatriation Planning; Income, Gift, & Estate Planning; U.S. Exit Tax Rules and more. The panel comprised of a tax, legal and financial expert from within our membership.
Post-G20 Summit Update on EU and US Tax Regulations: What will Change in Global Tax?
Join for a hot-off-the-press update on global tax regulation on the day after the G20 Summit with experts from the OECD, the EU Commission and a U.S. Government Tax Insider. Our distinguished panelists will discuss OECD, EU, and US Tax Reforms discussed at the G20 meetings, and more!
Managing Cross Border Investigations during a Pandemic
With the COVID-19 pandemic, the lingering shutdowns continue to have a significant and, in some cases, an increasingly halting effect on cross-border investigations. Our experts from both sides of the Atlantic will discuss the regulatory developments, practical considerations in this new “Normal.”
What are the legal FDI implications of COVID-19 in Europe and the U.S.
COVID-19 has not only significantly slowed down social life, but economies as well. All over the world, authorities have to balance between protecting their nation’s economies and stimulating recovery, while still allowing for collaboration and cross-border trade and investments.
Diversity Awareness: The Unconscious Bias of Voice and Accent
Join us for an interactive discussion, where we explored what people think of as the “voice of leadership” and begin to understand some of the biases that can develop as we listen to different voices, speech patterns, communication styles, and accents.
Navigating the Recovery: How Europe Is Coming Out Stronger from the Pandemic
The road to recovery remains beset with challenges, but the EU will come out stronger from the pandemic recession. Join top EU economists in Washington, D.C. discuss the outlook for the EU economy, the key measures taken by the EU, and some of the risks facing the economic recovery.
Revisiting the Playbook for Retail, Office and Corporate Bonds Post-COVID-19
The economic shutdown resulting from the pandemic has recast key sectors in commercial real estate and has chilled the corporate bond markets. What are the short term implications to participants within these sectors and which ones will survive? What lessons have we learned? and more!
The ECJ Privacy Ruling Explained by Max Schrems and 3 Top EU & US Privacy Experts
We bring back our Privacy Shield Regulation roundtable to explain the decision by the European Court of Justice and what the ruling means for European and U.S. companies and consumers and what you need to know now and do next based on the July 16, 2020 ruling.
Visa Options for Europeans and Canadians in the Age of COVID-19
As of April 22, 2020, a temporarily halt of all immigration known as the “COVID-19 proclamation” came into effect; suspending all routine visa services at U.S. embassies and consulates. This measure has had a significant impact on the lives of immigrants living legally in the U.S.
Will Return to Work take us Back or to the Future?
What to expect and how to prepare for Return to Work? Businesses are beginning to re-open, but there is no one-size-fits-all strategy plan on how to do this. How do you implement various guidelines and how do they anticipate on what comes next when so much remains unknown?
Cyber Security Threat Management during a Global Disruption like the Covid19 Pandemic
In today’s increasingly digitized world and with the economy, and the way we work being disrupted by the COVID19 pandemic cyber threats are on the rise. Businesses are beginning to re-open, but there is no one-size-fits-all strategy plan on how to do this. Learn more here!
The EU Trade Policy & Transatlantic Leadership in the Post-COVID World
Commissioner Hogan shared insights on EU Trade policy which will play a central role as the global economy recovers from COVID-19. He outlined that solidarity between trading partners and maintaining open supply chains is the best route forward. Request access to this exclusive recording below.
COVID-19: Impact on Foreign Business Travelers, Executives and their Employers
COVID-19 has left visitors, business travelers and executives stranded in their country of destination – be it in Europe or the United States – and potentially subjecting those individuals and their employers to that nation’s income tax. Learn more here!
The U.S. Wayfair Decision: Untangling the Web of U.S. Sales Tax
The Wayfair Decision allows states to mandate that businesses with more than 200 transactions or $100,000 in-state sales, collect and remit sales taxes on transactions in the state, whether the business has a physical presence in the state or not.
The State of Transatlantic Trade: Trade Post-Covid19 – A Look Ahead
A fire-side chat about transatlantic trade post Covid19 to discuss: The economic impact on both the EU and US, Short term impact on multifaceted supply chains as the pandemic continues, Supply chain de-risking measures, and more. Request access to this exclusive recording below.
How to Navigate the After Effects of the US Stimulus Packages
Your company received stimulus funding, what do you need to know now?
An update on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other funding packages as well as a discussion on what you need to know to stay compliant and certified in order to qualify for loan forgiveness.
Economic Outlook & Policy Priorities to Reopen the EU Economy
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest shock to the global economy since the financial crisis of 2008. All around the world, unprecedented steps were taken to combat the virus and to protect workers and businesses while economy activity froze.
The EU Response to the COVID19: From Managing to Relaunching the Economy
European governments have taken draconian though necessary measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Lock-down and social distancing have put the economy in what can be best described as a pharmacological-induced coma
Special Monthly EACC Series: Update on The State of the Transatlantic Economy
Our kick-off program to a webinar series to keep our members up-to-date on the economic developments on both sides of the Atlantic and the impact of COVID. Hear renowned chief economists from key U.S. and European banks share their views. Request access to this exclusive recording below.
Risk Management in a Pandemic: What to do Now
COVID-19 has affected Transatlantic Commerce and Business Transactions for weeks. Without a clear picture on the end of this global pandemic and no guarantee that there won’t be a second or third wave, businesses must re-evaluate their risk management, their HR planning, and more…
Supply Chain Triage: Issues to Consider in a Global Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic is impacting companies around the world and causing major concern about supply chain disruption. Companies are being forced to prepare for unforeseen events, mobilize rapidly and set up crisis-management mechanisms.
Data Protection: California's CCPA and the EU's GDPR
Do you have data protection concerns? Does the CCPA apply to you? How does it differ from the GDPR, the EU’s data protection regime? Can you prepare for both at the same time? Do “exemptions” in the CCPA for healthcare, financial services, and non-profit corporations…and more!
The World on Lock-down: Global Covid-19 related Travel Restrictions and the Impact
Entry to the United States, and possibly also to and within the EU, is being restricted in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic. These moves are having an immediate and broad impact on transatlantic and global business.
How to do Business in the Age of Disinformation
The Digital Revolution is bringing sweeping change to all aspects of life and politics, impacting our everyday lives at a much faster pace than other revolutionary innovations in the past. Governments are responding to these changes, but there remains a consistent gap.