Business, Trade & Investment

Cuba's Transition - An Update from Ambassador Tim Cole

  • SCI Belgrave Square, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London

Canning House is delighted to welcome back HE Tim Cole, British Ambassador to Cuba, to speak on the latest developments in Cuba since their opening up of relations with the US, with a particular focus on the outlook for business and the economy.

Canning House is delighted to welcome back HE Tim Cole, British Ambassador to Cuba, to speak on the latest developments in Cuba since their opening up of relations with the US, with a particular focus on the outlook for business and the economy. The Ambassador will also look at Cuba's relationship with Venezuela, assessing any changes or possible changes in the regional geopolitical landscape.

Tim Cole presented his credentials as British Ambassador to Cuba in September 2012. He joined the FCO in 2002 as Head of Global Economic Issues at the Economic Policy Department. After that, he joined the Pan-Africa Policy Unit first as Africa Policy Co-ordinator and later as Head of the Unit and Conflict Adviser. More recently, Tim was the Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Maputo and later in Harare. Prior to joining the FCO Tim previously worked with Christian Aid and with Save the Children.

This event is intended for corporate members of Canning House, if you wish to attend please send expressions of interest to [email protected].

Registration is from 8.15am for an 8.30am start.

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