The United States, UK, France, Germany, China and Russia announced in early April the parameters for a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action regarding Iran’s Nuclear Program. However, a final agreement will not occur—if it occurs at all—until June 2015.
Savvy companies are planning now for either a potential relaxation of sanctions or a collapse of the process and the introduction of new, more severe sanctions policies impacting business.
The Eurasia Group and Pillsbury invite you to join us for a morning seminar on Iran sanctions, the current state of negotiations, likely outcomes and potential market opportunities. We will also discuss the current international sanctions regimes and the political developments in the United States impacting the future of U.S.-Iran relations.
This event is the first in a series organized by Pillsbury and the Eurasia Group to help businesses plan for changes in the legal regimes affecting international trade. Future events will examine changes impacting Russia, Cuba and Myanmar.
9 June 2015
09:00 – 11:00
Pillsbury’s London office
Level 21, Tower 42
25 Old Broad Street
London EC2N 1HQ
09:00 – Registration and breakfast
09:30 – Seminar and Q&A session
11:00 – Networking
- Eurasia Group’s forecast on the outcome of negotiations
- Pillsbury’s assessment of evolving U.S., UK, EU and UN Iran sanctions: what they are, what may change, and when
- What can companies do now to prepare for the successful conclusion of talks
- What would the failure of negotiations mean
- The impact the U.S. Congress may have on any outcome
Cliff Kupchan, Chairman, Eurasia Group
Nancy Fischer, Partner, Pillsbury
Aaron Hutman, Counsel, Pillsbury
Steven Farmer, Counsel, Pillsbury
Matthew Oresman, Counsel, Pillsbury
For further information, please contact Vera Kapysh at email@example.com / 44(0)207 847 9545.