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OMFIF Commentary
Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum, London

OMFIF Commentary
26 Oct 2020
NEW: BULLETIN ONLINE - Brexit – Special
Shortly before the end of the transition period, we will publish the BULLETIN ONLINE - Brexit Special. This publication will be e-mailed to more than 4,500 personal contacts and published on the BCCG website with currently about 4 million clicks p.a. Furthermore, it will be advertised through our various social media channels.

Members of the BCCG are welcome to place an advertisement as follows:
½ page - EUR 500 + VAT
1 page* - EUR 900 + VAT
Closing date: 10 November 2020

*Please note: By booking 1 page you have the benefit of publishing an additional article of 3,500-5,000 characters (with photos and graphics of your choice, if applicable) at no further cost.

For further details please contact our office by phone +49 30 206 70 80 or e-mail
24 Oct 2020
UK GOV Virtual Event: UK REACH Chemical Legislation - Thursday 5 November 2020
Thursday 5 November 2020,10:00-11:30am GMT

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy together with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) will be talking you through getting your business ready for 1 January 2021, UK REACH during and after the transition period and the GB Chemicals Regulatory Framework.


Alun Williams

Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, EU Exit Team; Chemicals, Pesticides & Hazardous Waste | Environmental Quality

Leo McDaid

Health and Safety Executive, Negotiations & Policy Team Leader, Chemical EU Exit

Ryan Diggory

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Senior Policy Advisor – International Trade, Infrastructure & Materials

More information and registration
21 Oct 2020
MBM Commercial LLP, 71st new member in 2020
MBM Commercial LLP, Caroline Urban, W1J 0HF London, UK
20 Oct 2020
Creatives Loop International UG & Co KG, 70th new member in 2020
Creatives Loop International UG & Co KG, Nicola Pinder
14 Oct 2020
The OMFIF Podcast
Brexit: what next? Peter Foster, public policy editor at the Financial Times, and David Marsh, OMFIF Chairman, discuss the consequences of the internal market bill for the Brexit negotiations. They assess the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit and what shape the EU-UK relationship could take after 31 December.

Listen to the Podcast of OMFIF here.
13 Oct 2020
SHeconomy Virtual Talk Series Speech: Fiona Hyslop MSP
On 5 October we had the great honour to host Fiona Hyslop, the Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture in our SHeconomy Virtual Talk Series: WOMEN WHO HAVE MADE IT.
For anyone who missed the live session, please find here the summary of Fiona Hyslop’s speech.

SHeconomy Virtual Talk Series Speech: Fiona Hyslop MSP
12 Oct 2020
Areal Invest XXXI. Grundstücksgesellschaft mbH, 69th new member in 2020
Areal Invest XXXI. Grundstücksgesellschaft mbH, Dr. Jens Kirsch, 10117 Berlin
10 Oct 2020
Travel corridor exemption rules
Coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations mean that you must self-isolate for 14 days when you arrive in the UK.

This applies to UK residents and visitors to the UK.
You may not have to self-isolate when you arrive in England, if you are travelling from one of the countries, territories, regions or territories on the travel corridor list. That is because these are either:
- covered by the travel corridor exemption
- within the common travel area - Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man
- British overseas territories

You will need to self-isolate if you visited or made a transit stop in a country or territory that is not on the travel corridor list in the 14 days before you arrive in England.
This applies to all travel to England, by train, ferry, coach, air or any other route.

Find more informations here.
09 Oct 2020
Department for Int. Trade -DIT Vacancy-
Senior Business Development Manager Mobility (DEU20.401)
Application deadline: 30 October 2020

Please be aware that you will only be able to apply to vacancies for Local Staff roles with the British Government through this official site (operated by Oleeo). Jobs may be advertised on third party websites, however our adverts will always link back to the official site. If you complete and send an application through any other site, we will not receive it.

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05 Oct 2020
Joint Statement by Ursula von der Leyen and Boris Johnson
The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, spoke about the state of play in the negotiations on the future relationship between the UK and the EU.

Read the full statement here.
05 Oct 2020
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 68th new member in 2020
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Matthew G. Walker, Birmingham B3 2DT
02 Oct 2020
Arbeitgeberverband Luftverkehr e.V., 67th new member in 2020
Arbeitgeberverband Luftverkehr e.V., Jan Körner, 10785 Berlin
01 Oct 2020
MAKE_SHIFT gGmbH, 66th new member in 2020
MAKE_SHIFT gGmbH, Francesca Ferguson, 10435 Berlin
30 Sept 2020
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, 65th new member in 2020
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, Michael Lingens, London EC4M 7RD
29 Sept 2020
DIM LabService GmbH & Co. KG, 64th new member in 2020
DIM LabService GmbH & Co. KG, Marina Dija, 10625 Berlin
28 Sept 2020
tectumedia GmbH, 63rd new member in 2020
tectumedia GmbH, Danuta Florczyk, 10785 Berlin
25 Sept 2020
Passport rules for travel to Europe from 1 January 2021
Until 1 January 2021, you can continue to travel to Europe with your UK passport until it expires.

New rules will apply for travel to Europe from 1 January 2021.

Read detailed information here.
24 Sept 2020
DGAP Consulting GmbH, 62nd new member in 2020
DGAP Consulting GmbH, Mark Fischer, 10787 Berlin
23 Sept 2020
NRW News: Austausch mit der Auslandsgesellschaft
Zu der 10. Sitzung der Parlamentariergruppe Großbritannien durfte der Vorsitzende Henning Höne Vertreter der Auslandsgesellschaft e. V. aus Dortmund im Landtagsgebäude willkommen heißen. Präsident Klaus Wegener, Dr. Kai Pfundheller und Felizia von Schweinitz berichteten von den Aktivitäten der Auslandsgesellschaft in Bezug auf Städtepartnerschaften nordrhein-westfälischer Kommunen mit Städten im Vereinigten Königreich. Vor dem Hintergrund des Brexits sei es der Geschäftsstelle Städtepartnerschaften in Kooperation mit der Staatskanzlei NRW ein großes Anliegen, Partnerschaften zwischen Städten im Vereinigten Königreich und NRW als ein Rückgrat zivilgesellschaftlicher, europäischer Verständigung zu fördern und damit einer Verschlechterung der deutsch-britischen Beziehungen entgegenzuwirken.

Kern der bisherigen Arbeit der Geschäftsstelle stellt eine Befragung der NRW-Kommunen zur Ermittlung des Zustands der Beziehungen dar. Demnach beurteilen 4 % der befragten Kommunen die Partnerschaft als sehr lebendig, 33 % als lebendig, 31 % als durchschnittlich, 24 % als wenig lebendig und 8 % als inaktiv. In Bezug auf den Brexit urteilen die meisten Kommunen, dieser habe sich weder positiv noch negativ auf die Beziehungen ausgewirkt, und auch mit Blick auf die Zukunft erwartet eine Mehrheit keine Einflüsse auf die Zusammenarbeit.

Unter den Anwesenden – zu Gast waren außerdem Generalkonsul Rafe Courage, Mark Roberts (British Chamber of Commerce) sowie Martin Flasche (Staatskanzlei) – bestand dennoch Einigkeit darüber, dass der Brexit größere Bemühungen um die deutsch-britischen Beziehungen nach sich ziehen müsse. In diesem Zusammenhang zitierte Dr. Pfundheller den anwesenden Mark Roberts aus einem vorangegangenen Treffen: „Es wird schwieriger, also müssen wir noch mehr arbeiten.“

Lesen Sie den vollständigen Artikel hier.
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