Agreement has recently been reached between the U.S., Mexico and Canada to introduce a new United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Despite many doubting the strength of the Confidence and Supply agreement or just how long this Government might last, we are now approaching the culmination of the three-budget deal struck between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil back in May 2016.
Hume Brophy has appointed Marie Donnelly, a former Director in the European Commission, as a Senior Adviser. She will leverage her 30-year career and deep understanding of the dynamics of regulation to provide strategic advice to Hume Brophy clients.
Budget 2019, unveiled by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe, saw good news for social welfare recipients and put some extra cash into taxpayers’ pockets – but dealt hotels, restaurants and hairdressers a tough VAT blow.
Jeremy Corbyn has set out his vision for a radical transformation of the British economy and society.
Hume Brophy’s vision to build a global communications and corporate affairs company which a strong Asian edge has taken another step forward with a significant new appointment.
Business lunch with H.E. Justin Brown Australian Ambassador to the EU.
We are delighted to announce that Ambassador Brown will officially launch the Round Table over lunch with a select and exclusive group of companies who share the same commitment to advancing open and rules-based trade between the EU and Australia.
This lunch at the Australian Residence will provide an appropriate setting for a timely discussion on the expectations and goals for your company, absorb and share intelligence as well as align core objectives with
Together this new industry network will build on the positive momentum in talks underway and become a credible and vital asset to negotiators on both sides.
The number of companies that have successfully listed in Europe recently, and the list of those that are expected to go public in the near future is under-pinning indications of a very health stock market sector.
It’s been an eventful few weeks for the big players in the gambling industry. Back in May, the United States Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to strike down the federal prohibition on gambling on the outcome of sporting events, paving the way for sports betting to take the United States by storm.
This briefing has been put together by the Hume Brophy financial services team in Brussels. We first examine the three legislative proposals published in May and their potential loopholes. We then analyse to what extent these proposals could have an impact on non-financial actors and we observe what possible next steps in the EU legislative process might be.