Future Events

For those of you wishing to reserve the dates in your diaries early, we have now fixed the timing of forthcoming seminars as follows:

Seminar 76 (Autumn 2017) – 9 November 2017 (Novotel Frankfurt)

Seminar 77 (Spring 2018) – 30 May 2018 (Novotel Frankfurt)

Seminar 78 (Autumn 2018) – 22 November 2018 (Novotel Frankfurt)

Seminar 79 (Spring 2019) – 16 May 2019 (Novotel Frankfurt)

Seminar 80 (Autumn 2019) – 10 October 2019 (Novotel Frankurt)


Register now! – Regional Seminar in Munich – 7 September 2017

Following the success of our last regional Seminar in Munich, we have organised another Seminar on 7 September to be held at the same location – Excelsior Hotel, Schützenstraße 11, 80335 Munich. The format will be the same as before – starting at around 11.30.

Our Speaker this time will be Derk Fischer, Cyber Security Partner with PwC, and the title of the presentation will be

„Why WannaCry and Petya ought not to cause tears in your IT world“.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Information from the Brückenkeller event „Employee mobility and tax, private banking and the fallout from the Brexit vote“ 

We hope that everyone taking part found the event with Blick Rothenberg and SEB interesting and informative.
Below are the contact details and some information that SEB asked us to make available to the participants.

Link to SEB International Private Banking Info Sheet

Link to SEB UK Mortgage Info Sheet

Regional Seminar in Munich 8.9.16

We held a regional Seminar in Munich on 8 September 2016. It was a great success with 26 attendees who listened to an excellent presentation from David Stevens from ICAEW on Cyber-enabled economic crime and ICAEW professional ethics.

For those of you who are interested, we attach David’s presentation. In addition, we include a link to a forthcoming webinair on the subject of the UK Bribery Act (the Webinair is free for members of ICAEW):

Link to Webinair

Link to download Presentation

AGiG membership of the BCCG!

The AGiG has just signed-up for membership of the British Chamber of Commerce in Germany (BCCG). This means that all AGiG members are also entitled to take part in BCCG events as a member and receive information about BCCG activities happening all around Germany and in the UK.

You can sign-up for the BCCG distribution list using the following link. Scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your name and email address. The BCCG will be in touch to take your details. Don’t forget to mention in your reply that you are an AGiG member. You will also receive personalised invitations to events in the region where you are based. You can unsubscribe at any time.

You can also access the BCCG news updates directly via the following link.


We provide below a link to an interesting Blog post (in German) on the subject „von Business Partnering bis Outsourcing – CIMA Round Table“ from CIMA and AGiG Committee member, Raymond Gann.