Phil Hogan Former European Commissioner, Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin
We are delighted to announce that Phil Hogan will give a talk to IIBN Members in Dublin on Thursday 27th April at the Fitzwilliam Hotel, St Stephen’s Green. Phil is a former Member of the European Commission. He served in the portfolios of Agriculture & Trade from 2014 to 2020 respectively.
During that time he was involved in managing the Common Agriculture Policy and its Budget(410 Billion Euro), opening new market opportunities for food exporters arising from the Russian Embargo, assisting in the negotiations of several trade deals with various countries including China, Japan, Vietnam,
Singapore, Mexico, Mercusor. Phil forged a new relationship with the United States of America in respect of trade and technology.
For 27 years, Phil Hogan was a Member of the National Parliament of Ireland and Minister for Environment & Local Government from 2011 to 2014. He was born in Kilkenny, Ireland and is a graduate of University College, Cork (BA, Econs). Presently he is Managing Director of a business consultancy firm.
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