Nordic webinar  | Q&A - Travel to and from the U.K

Location: Webinar via Teams
Date: 2021-08-17 14:15
End date: 2021-08-17 15:00
Organization: The 4 Nordic Business Travel Associations
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This meeting will be structured as a Q&A session, rather than a presentation, in order for our participants to ask about all the things that are still unclear. Ask your questions when registering, or live during the session.
Ray Rackham, Managing Director of Newland Chase, a CIBT company, and an expert on immigration issues related to the UK will be there to explain the ins and outs of travel to and from the UK following Brexit.

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Ray Rackham is a qualified solicitor with 20 years’ experience in the Private, Public, Legal and Financial sectors, and has spent the last decade building a worldwide, industry leading Global Borders and Immigration program at HSBC; the largest and most comprehensive of its kind.  He is a graduate of the London School of Economics and the Inns of Court School of Law, and started his career in a variety of Government secretariat roles, including Development Aid policy for the Department for International Development, the Ministry of Justice and the Police Science Secretariat of the Home Office.

 

The Q&A session is free of charge and open to all members of SBTA holding a Premium membership as well as SBTA supplier members and all members of DBTA, FBTA and NBTA. A link for registration will be sent out the afternoon before the event.

SBTA buyer members holding a Basic membership can join against a fee of SEK 350 excl VAT (25%). Non-members can join against a fee of SEK 750 excl VAT (25%).
Note that the time is 14.15 CET (Scandinavia) and subsequently 15.15 EEST (Finland).


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