The Government and its partner organisations will be hosting a two-day public event on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 October 2020, to advise Islanders and businesses how to prepare for the end of the Brexit Transition Period.

The event will consist of both public and private (invitation-only) focussing on travel, business and trade aims to provide practical advice about the changes that will be coming into effect from 1 January 2021. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions all of the sessions will be conducted online via webinar.

Click here to view the schedule to access the public sessions via YouTube, or watch via the Government’s social media channels.

Jersey Finance’s CEO, Joe Moynihan, will be participating in the ‘Opportunities’ invitation-only session on Thursday 22 October at 12.30pm – 2.00pm. An invitation has been sent separately to our Jersey Finance Members.

For more information, please contact a member of our Events Team.

Agenda
Agenda
Day 1 - Thursday 22 October

Day 1 - Thursday 22 October

8.30 am

Opening Session and Launch of Two-Day Event:

  • Chief Minister welcome
  • Status of negotiations
  • No Further Negotiated Outcome (NFNO) and End of Transition Period
  • Government’s preparations
  • Public Q and A
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Opening Session Ends

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9.30 am
10.00 am

Business Readiness (Checklist)

  • Jersey Business
  • Jersey Customs and Immigration Service (JCIS)
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No Further Negotiated Outcome (NFNO)

  • Implications for Jersey
  • Supply chains
  • Government preparations & advice to Islanders
  • Q and A
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11.30 am
12.30 pm

Beyond Brexit Opportunities

  • External Relations
  • Jersey Finance
  • Jersey Overseas Aid (JOA)
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Beyond Brexit Opportunities Ends

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2.00 pm
2.30 pm

​Future Border and Immigration System (FIBS)

  • Chaired by Jersey Business and JCIS
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​Future Border and Immigration System Ends

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4.00 pm
4.30 pm

Ministerial meeting with EU Honorary Consuls

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Events Ends

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5.30 pm

Day 2 - Friday 23 October

9.00 am

EU Traders and Customs Procedures

  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Jersey Customs and Immigration Service (JCIS)

 

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EU Traders and Customs Procedures Ends

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10.30 am
11.00 am

​No Further Negotiated Outcome (NFNO)

  • Implications for Jersey
  • Supply chains
  • Government preparations and advice to Islanders
  • Q and A
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Ministerial Panel: Question and Answer

Chaired by the Jersey Chamber of Commerce

  • Minister for External Relations, Senator Ian Gorst
  • Minister for Economic Development, Senator Lyndon Farnham
  • Minister for Home Affairs, Connétable Len Norman
  • Minister for Environment, Deputy John Young
  • Minister for Infrastructure, Kevin Lewis
  • Assistant Environment Minister, Gregory Guida
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12.00 pm
1.00 pm

Agriculture (Arable and Dairy)

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Agriculture (Arable and Dairy) Ends

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2.00 pm
2.30 pm

Fish (Capture and Aquaculture)

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Fish (Capture and Aquaculture) and Event Ends

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3.30 pm