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Jeudi 20 décembre 2018 à 11h00


Jeudi 20 décembre 2018 de 11h à 13h

SNCF, Bâtiment Traversière, 2, rue Traversière, 75012 Paris

L’AFEDE a le plaisir de vous convier à sa réunion de prévisions macro-sectorielles de décembre.

Désiré RAHARIVOHITRA (chef du service des statistiques économiques à la FIM) et Alain HENRIOT (adjoint au responsable des études économiques de la Banque Postale) vous présenteront les prévisions macro-économiques et sectorielles de l’AFEDE pour la France en 2018 et 2019. Cette réunion sera l’opportunité d’échanger avec des spécialistes sectoriels de différentes associations professionnelles et entreprises.

La réunion sera suivie d’un buffet.

SNCF, Bâtiment Traversière
2, rue Traversière Paris 12°
Métro Gare de Lyon

A des fins d’organisation, merci de prévenir de votre participation le secrétariat par E-mail :


Vendredi 07 décembre 2018 à 9h00

Invitation de l'Ambassade de Grande-Bretagne

Sur invitation uniquement (lien ci-dessous)

A Franco-British green finance summit covering the latest trends, from the financial benefits of “going green” to the future leadership of global green finance.

A morning session with two panels including exceptional French and British speakers from government and the private sector will be followed by a lunch aimed at financial investors, industry, policy makers, start-ups, academics and NGOs.
Three networking sessions to discuss green finance business opportunities in the UK will also take place during the event.


09:00 Registration & coffee
09:30 Panel 1 – The financial benefits of “going green”: the role of investors in financing innovation in green finance
How can we trigger initiatives for financing green innovation and breakthrough technologies?
What are the success stories of green finance initiatives in the French and British private sectors?
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Panel 2 – Leadership in global green finance: green financial centres and the role of cities
How are nations, financial centres and other institutions demonstrating commitment and stepping up actions in green finance?
How can we accelerate the development of the green finance market at a European and international level and maximise the impact of the financial sector in achieving green objectives?
The impact of Brexit on future Franco-British green finance initiatives.
12:00 Lunch


Jeudi 06 décembre 2018 à 14h30

Invitation de l'Ambassade de Grande-Bretagne et l'Université de Queen Mary de Londres invitent les adhérents AFEDE à la conférence:

Participation sur inscription uniquement (lien ci-dessous)

“Regulating Personal Data in an Innovation Economy: UK-French Perspectives”

At a time when the future of data regulation and cooperation between the UK and the EU post-Brexit is the subject of much debate, this event aims to establish dialogue as well as share experience and knowledge between British and French experts in the field of data regulation. It will provide a good platform to inform the audience of the UK and France's plans and cooperation around GDPR.
Date: Thursday 6th December 2018
Place: British Ambassador’s Residence, 39 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris

14:00 - 14.30pm: Registration and coffee
14.30pm – 15:45 Panel 1
16:00 - 17:15 Panel 2

17.30pm - 19:00 Cocktail / Networking reception

Panel 1: Responding to New Technologies
One of the objectives for the GDPR was to update the existing regime to reflect technological developments since 1995. The panel will consider if the GDPR has achieved this objective and is it sufficiently ‘technology neutral’ to protect our personal data in the face of recent developments, such as AI and Big Data analytics.

Panel 2: Facilitating Data Flows
Our information economy is effectively borderless, while data protection regimes remain stubbornly national (and regional) and different across the world in critical ways. This panel will examine the notion of ‘adequacy’ under the GDPR and the tools made available to ensure the free flow of data between trading partners.

With confirmed speakers from:
- Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL)
- Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
- European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)

- UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
- French Ministry of Economy (Directorate General of Enterprises)
- Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

To register for this event, click here by Thursday 29 November
The event will take place under the Chatham House Rule.


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