International colleagues to network at an iconic London landmark

walkie talkie building

On Tuesday 11th October of the 2016 International Conference, delegates will have the opportunity to network and continue the day’s discussions in an informal setting at one of London’s most iconic buildings.

20 Fenchurch Street, known locally as the Walkie-Talkie building was designed in 2004 by Rafael Viñoly, the world-renowned Uruguayan architect based in New York City. With his distinctive design, it is stunning on a purely aesthetic level.

The 38-storey building is the fifth tallest completed building in the City of London, providing 690,000 sq foot of office space and with floor plates increasing in size as the floors go up. It is occupied by some of the world’s leading-edge, global businesses, such as DWF, the law firm generously sponsoring the reception.

Hilary Ross, Executive Partner (London) – Head of Retail, Food and Hospitality said: “This conference is a fantastic opportunity for international colleagues working on regulatory reform to network and share best practice. The Tuesday evening reception is an exciting opportunity for DWF to play host to such an array of talent from across the world.”

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