Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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Waterford Chamber and Appian Asset Management are hosting a Breakfast Briefing with Pat Cox, former President of the European Union on Thursday, 22nd March in Dooley's Hotel at 7.30am.

Pat Cox will travel to Waterford one year since the UK lodged its Article 50 intention to leave the EU and one year before that takes effect and will explore the topic of "Brexit countdown - one year on, one year to go - a mid-term evaluation."

About Appian Asset Management

Appian Asset Management, which was established in 2003, is an investment management company providing investment services to private clients, charities and corporates. The company manages client funds in house across all asset classes through the Appian Unit Trust and Appian Investments ICAV.

The Company has built up a strong investment record over its 15 year history by protecting and growing client assets. It has a strong Board chaired by Eugene McCague, former Chairman of Arthur Cox Solicitors and which includes Pat Cox, the former President of the European Parliament and Tony McArdle, a former director of Ulster Bank.

Date: Thursday, 22nd March

Time: 7.30am (breakfast included)

Venue: Dooley's Hotel

Cost: Free

Bookings: Book online


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