AmCham EU signs coalition letter on customs reform in the EU

28 Sep 2022
All Committees
Customs & Trade Facilitation

Further reform of the Unions Customs Code is needed now more than ever to stay current in a rapidly changing international trade environment. A realistic consultation timeline should be set, where industry expertise can prove most useful to regulators. To that end, the AmCham EU co-signed a letter alongside European trade associations in order to signal our support and provide suggestions. Above all, future proposals should result from an open and constructive dialogue among all stakeholders – including the Trade Contact Group – to set realistic timelines and customs procedures.  

Leadership update

27 Sep 2022
All Committees
Agriculture & Food
Financial Services
Sustainable Finance
Board
Operations Group

Before summer is too distant a memory, AmCham EU is pleased to announce appointments to leadership positions from summer 2022. Congratulations to Kaarli Eichhorn (Jones Day), Julie Vermooten (MSD Europe), David Henry Doyle (S&P Global), Malachy Tuohy (Goodyear Europe BV) and Brian Fox (J.P. Morgan Chase & Co). 

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank members who stepped down recently from leadership positions for their continued engagement and commitment: Joris Pollet (Procter & Gamble), Brian Fox (J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, who continues in leadership as Chair of the Financial Services Committee) and Catherine Davidson (Morgan Stanley Int).  

 

Rentrée Plenary: talking trade

27 Sep 2022
All Committees
Trade & External Affairs

On Tuesday, 20 September, AmCham EU hosted a plenary on trade featuring a keynote from Rupert Schlegelmilch, Director for the Americas, Agriculture and Food Safety, Directorate-General for Trade, European Commission. The keynote focused on the opportunities and challenges for the transatlantic trade relationship, how to mitigate risks to Europe’s energy supply security and possibilities for stakeholder engagement at the next Trade and Technology Council.