The 47th G7 summit took place in the UK between 11 – 13 June 2021. The G7 presidency convened with a key focus on economic cooperation to build back better post-pandemic and reinforce the alliance against other global powers that pose ideological and strategic challenges. The seven members (the UK, the US, Canada, Japan, Germany, France and Italy, plus the EU) were joined by guest countries Australia, India, South Korea and South Africa at this year’s G7. The G7 meetings were followed by a meeting of NATO allies and an EU-US Summit.
One week on from the summits, we will explore the impact that the conversations and decisions made will have on global businesses with a focus on topics such as the climate, trade, tech, tax and more.
Our event will be hosted by Jane Haxby, office managing partner in our London office, and will bring together a panel of experts to consider:
Insight from the host nation (UK)
Insights from a geopolitical, geoeconomics and security perspective by former US and UK ambassadors