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After the Brexit – where are we heading ?



Thursday 26th January


8:30 am : Welcome Coffee

9:00 am sharp : Talk

in Mayfair

Price Member (please login) Free 
Price Non-Member £50




Thursday 26th January 2017

8:30 am to 9:00 am – welcome coffee

9:00 am to 10:00 am – talk & Q&A



SGPB Hambros, 8 St James’s Square, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4JU.


The B&C Club thanks SGPB Hambros for kindly hosting this event with us at their office in Mayfair.



Immigration was undoubtedly one of the biggest factors that led to the UK voting to leave the European Union in June. So, as the Government gets to grips with how it wants to proceed, changes to the rules surrounding immigration are likely to be right at the heart of the debate.



Nathalie Moreno is a highly experienced commercial technology lawyer specialising in advising technology-enabled businesses, whether multinational clients or start-ups on IT transactions, commercial agreements and privacy in EMEA and globally.

She is currently the only dual qualified TMT partner (France-UK), based in London. She regularly advises under both English and French law after practicing in several jurisdictions including Belgium, France, USA and the UK.

She is a regular speaker at industry and legal conferences and is well known amongst UK, France and EMEA General Counsels in Europe for her expertise. She is one of the Ambassadors of the FrenchTech London group.

She is a French Foreign Trade advisor regularly advising French companies entering the UK market.

She has been appointed Head of the Brexit Task Force at Lewis Silkin.



Samar Shams manages the immigration knowledge bank at Lewis Silkin. She keeps track of changes to immigration law and policy and assess their effects no-UK residents. She also works with contacts in the Home Office and wider industry to shine a light onto the greyer, more complex areas of UK immigration law.

On Immigration & Global mobility, Samar is involved in all areas of UK immigration law and global mobility. Issues around EEA nationals’ status and applications, immigration options available to high net worth individuals and family-based applications, as well as sponsorship of skilled workers are a particular focus.