YPFP London is delighted to invite you for tea/coffee with Ambassador Torbjörn Sohlström.
Places are extremely limited and you must be a YPFP London member to attend.
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The recent election in Italy has sent shockwaves through Europe. The election’s big winner was the anti-establishment Five Star Movement which had ridden a wave of popular discontent linked to economic malaise and concerns over immigration. Markets were nervous and so too the EU as Italy made threats to leave.
YPFP London is delighted to welcome an esteemed panel of experts to discuss these dramatic events and dissect what this means for the EU, the markets and Italy.
Dr. Elliot Hentov - Head of Policy and Research, Official Institutions Group, State Street Global Advisors. Dr. Hentov has held a variety of roles including director and lead analyst at ratings group Standard & Poor's for sovereigns and government-related entities in Central, Eastern and Mediterranean Europe. Before that Elliot served as a political affairs officer at the United Nations headquarters in New York, advising senior officials on political and economic issues in the Middle East and Europe. He has written publications in the New York Times, Financial Times, Foreign Policy and Washington Quarterly. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum in London.
Dr Corrado Macchiarelli - Lecturer in Economics and Finance at Brunel University London. Dr. Macchiarelli is also a Visiting Research Fellow in European Political Economy at the London School of Economics (LSE) and a part-time Lecturer in Economics at New York University's (NYU) Stern School of Business in London. He is part of a pool of Monetary Policy Experts for the European Parliament, writing non-technical briefings to support the Parliament's quarterly hearings of the ECB President. He has worked and consulted for the European Central Bank (ECB), the International Monetary Fund, the European Parliament and the European Commission.
YPFP London is pleased to announce that our summer social will take place on July 18.
We will confirm the exact location soon, but please hold the date and come along to discuss the latest foreign policy developments with fellow young professionals over a drink or two.
YPFP London is pleased to invite you to Brussels this autumn. This will be a two-day visit, subsidised by YPFP.