This year’s TACD Multi-stakeholder Forum titled “A consumer agenda for transatlantic markets: safeguarding protections and making progress in times of political change” will once more bring together participants representing civil society, academics, researchers, as well government, legislators , regulatory authorities and business on both sides of the Atlantic to discuss a pro-consumer agenda for transatlantic markets. The meeting will focus on safeguarding consumer protections and making progress into the future, emphasizing regulatory and enforcement agencies’ necessary cooperation in a global world.
Participants will hear from and engage in active debate with influential speakers, including European Union and US government officials, high-profile academics, industry representative and consumer organisation leaders.
Online registration for the event is now closed.
Registrations start at 8 am on Tuesday, 21 March at the Pew Charitable Trusts, 901 E St NW, Washington, DC 20004, US.
A registration desk will be set up in the main lobby. If you have registered in advance, you can pick up your conference badge here. Registration on site is possible for those who have missed the deadline.
The conference starts at 8:50 am. Please arrive at the venue at least 15-20 minutes before the start of the conference to allow plenty of time for registration and enjoy a cup of coffee ahead of the discussions.
Help us reduce waste by downloading and printing a copy of the programme (click on the link below).
The final programme for the event is available here
A list of speakers’ biographies can be consulted here