New European Electronic Communications Code: interpretation & implementation

Date: 
22/01/2019 - 09:00 to 12:30
Venue: 
The University Foundation, Rue d'Egmont 11, 1000 Brussels

*This event is sold out*

Following the agreement on the new European Electronic Communications Code, this CERRE seminar will provide an opportunity to analyse the outcomes of the negotiation and discuss how to interpret and implement the Code’s provisions in the light of those ambitions.

Will it really stimulate investment in very high capacity networks while promoting competition and protecting consumers? 

Join major actors from the sector, including industry experts, regulatory authorities, academics and representatives from the European institutions to discuss the new EECC.

 

 

  • Free for CERRE members and CERRE academics
  • Free for representatives from EU Institutions and from Governments
  • Fee for non-CERRE members and non-CERRE academics

This event is supported by 

 

                    

 

        

 

 

08:30

Registration & welcome coffee

09:00

Welcome & introduction 
 

Bruno Liebhaberg

Director General,
CERRE

 

09:10

Panel 1: Does the new consumer protection fit the app economy?
 

 Introduction:

Richard Feasey

Research Fellow, CERRE
Lecturer, University College London

 

 

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09:50
Panel 2: Will the new rules stimulate investment in Very High Capacity Networks?
 

 Introduction: 

Marc Bourreau

Joint Academic Director, CERRE
Professor, Telecom ParisTech

 

 

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10:50
Coffee break
11:00
Panel 3: Is BEREC fit and legitimate for its new tasks?
 

 Introduction: 

Alexandre de Streel

Joint Academic Director, CERRE
Professor, University of Namur

 

 

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11:40
Reactions to the discussions and issues to be explored
 

Jeremy Godfrey

BEREC Chair for 2019
Commissioner, ComReg, Ireland

 

 

Herbert Ungerer

Former Deputy Director General for Competition,
European Commission

 

 

Anthony Whelan

Director, Electronic Communications Networks & Services,
DG CONNECT, European Commission

 

 

12:15

 New perspectives and conclusions
12:30 
Light lunch
   
Panellists
 

Camilla Bustani

Director, International Policy,
Ofcom

 

 

Annegret Groebel

Director, International Relations,
Bundesnetzagentur

 

 

Johan Keetelaar

Director Public Policy,
Facebook

 

 

Marc Lebourges

Head, European and Economic Regulation,
Orange

 

 

William Scrimshaw

Director, EU Government Affairs,
Microsoft

 

 

Michel Van Bellinghen

Chairman of the Council,
BIPT

 

 

Ben Wreschner

Chief Economist,
Vodafone

 

Tuesday 22 January 2019, 9.00-12.30,
The University Foundation, Rue d'Egmont 11, 1000 Brussels

CERRE members and nominated guests receive priority when registering. All other registrations are provisional until confirmed by email by CERRE. If you have any questions about your registration, or do not receive a confirmation email, please contact info@cerre.eu


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