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A Grayling Brexit Unit Briefing with iBanFirst's Ivo Mertens

20th November 2018




Grayling Brexit Club


A Grayling Brexit Unit Briefing with iBanFirst's Ivo Mertens

Thursday 29 November 2018 | 12:30 - 14:00
(With a networking lunch from 12:00)

Grayling offices, Avenue des Arts 46, 1000 Brussels

The Grayling Brexit Unit is delighted to host a lunch briefing with iBanFirst. 

Founded in 2013, iBanFirst empowers companies to make foreign exchange payments and transfers, using real-time FX rates. Licenced by the National Bank of Belgium , iBanFirst is the only 100% online service to create multiple IBANs for 25 different currencies on behalf of companies

From passporting rights to access to the Single Market, the potential impact of the UK's exit from the EU on the financial services sector is far reaching. At this latest lunch briefing, Mr Ivo Mertens, Senior FX advisor at iBanFirst, will explore the implications for currency exchange and the impact on volatility.

Following Ivo's intervention, participants will be invited to take part in an open discussion and ask questions. This event will be held under the Chatham House rule. 

If you would like to attend please send a confirmation email to
For additional information please call Alexander Rowlatt on +32 (0) 2 713 07 27

To find out more about the Grayling Brexit Unit click here!





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