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The British Irish Chamber of Commerce and our sponsors KPMG and Ulster Bank have come together to host this Seminar which will address the various challenges and opportunities that Brexit has brought about for business interests in the UK and Ireland.

The delivery of infrastructure is a prerequisite for sustainable economic growth on the island of Ireland and in the UK. Internal and external investment in the Irish and UK economies will require the delivery of this infrastructure regardless of the implications of Brexit. However, Brexit has put a new impetus on the importance of developing infrastructure across these islands which are necessary to ensure efficient and sustainable trade.

This Infrastructure Seminar entitled ‘Developing Infrastructure Fit for Purpose’ will focus on 4 topics:

i. Infrastructure Projects within Ireland;

ii. Infrastructure within the Island of Ireland;

iii. Infrastructure Enabling Ireland-UK Links; and

iv. Financing Infrastructure.

Keynote Speaker:

Eoghan Murphy, TD and Minister for Housing, Planning & Local Government

The Chair for this Seminar is Michele Connolly, Partner and Head of Corporate Finance, KPMG. Simon Barry, Chief Economist at Ulster Bank will give an Economic Overview Presentation.

Panellists include:

Holly Anderson, Legal Counsel, Element Power (Greenlink Interconnector)

Gerry Culligan, Commercial Director, Irish Rail

Dr Kieran Feighan, President, Engineers Ireland

Sean Finlay, Geoscience Ireland, Chair of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce Infrastructure Committee

Anne Graham, CEO, National Transport Authority

Marie Hunt, Executive Director, Research, CBRE

Dr Mary Kerins, Dublin Airport; Head of Health, Safety, Sustainability and Environment; daa

Fergal Mulligan, Department of Communication, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE)

Cormac Murphy, Head of the European Investment Bank, Dublin Office

Julia Williams, Policy, Planning and Partnership Division, Welsh Government


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