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Guest of honour Alastair Campbell attends Matheson’s International Business Forum 2015

AUTHOR(S): Liam Quirke, Michael Jackson
DATE: 11.09.2015

 

Pictured at Matheson's International Business Forum 2015:      L-R: Alastair Campbell; Michael Jackson, Chairman, Matheson; Liam Quirke, Managing Partner, Matheson; and Quentin Peel, Associate Editor, Financial Times.

Keynote speaker Alastair Campbell addressed the audience at Matheson's International Business Forum 2015 last night in UCD Dublin.
 
Mr Campbell is best known for his role as former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s spokesman, press secretary and director of communications and strategy.  
 
Matheson established the International Business Forum in recent years as part of a thought leadership series of annual lectures that Matheson hosts with UCD’s Sutherland School of Law. The purpose of the Forum is to provide a platform for distinguished guests to share their perspectives and discuss opportunities and actions for forging Ireland’s legal framework to achieve superior and sustainable success for international companies and financial institutions carrying on business in and through Ireland.
 
Previous speakers have included Mr Peter Sutherland and Lord Peter Mandelson.

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