Postal & delivery at the crossroad of nations and industries

We are pleased to invite you to our annual postal & delivery conference 3 May 2019 in Copenhagen

This year, we will address three central discussions for future policies and strategic decisions in the postal & delivery industry, featuring panels of key policy makers and industry leaders:

  • Cross-border e-commerce, UPU remuneration (terminal dues), customs&VAT rules and international trade
  • Evolution of postal service and its regulatory framework: comparing and contrasting developments across key global regions and regulated industries
  • Digitisation, market definition, industry structure & consolidation: how much does competition affect regulation and viceversa?

Please note that registration is on a first come, first served basis. To register, please click on the dedicated link below via ticketing portal. The conference fee is €100.

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Programme

08.30     Arrival and coffee

09.30     Sessions start

16.30     Close and networking reception

Speakers include

Altamir Domingues Linhares
Head of Remuneration Governance, Development and Integration, UPU

Annegret Groebel
Head of Department International Relations/Postal Regulation, Bundesnetzagentur

Christelle Defaye-Geneste
Chair of Customs group, UPU & Director of EU

Dirk Tirez
Member of the Group Executive Committee, bpost & Chairman of the Board of Directors, bpost banque

Håkan Ericsson
President and Group CEO, PostNord

Marta Capelo
Director of Regulatory Affairs and Competition, CTT

Marjolein Geus
Partner, Chair - Global Tech & Comms Group, Head - international sector regulation and consulting practice, Bird&Bird

Mohammad Adra
Assistant Inspector General, Director of Risk Analysis Research Center, US Postal Service OIG

Nikola Trubint
Vice Chairman, CERP - European Committee for Postal Regulation & Head of Postal Regulation Division, Ratel Serbia

Senior representative
DG Growth, European Commission

Venue

Copenhagen Economics
Langebrogade 1
Entrance B3
DK-1411 Copenhagen K
Denmark