Lunch with Jennifer Mackinlay
An intimate conversation with the Australian Trade and Investment Commission – 8 June
Please join us for an informal lunch and discussion on 8 June with Jennifer Mackinlay, General Manager Europe for the Australian Trade and Investment Commission.
The lunch will be held in a private room at the Gran Fierro Restaurant at Myslíkova 8, 120 00 Praha 2 on Thursday 8 June, from 12.00.
As usual for our lunch meetings you will be ordering your meal directly from the restaurant menu and we will ask you to settle the cost of your lunch directly with the restaurant.
This will be a very intimate event with a limit of 14 attendees. In addition to our discussion and Q&A with Jennifer, this event offers a great opportunity to meet other ABIE members in an informal setting.
If you would like to attend, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Priority will naturally be given to ABIE Members in allocating places at this event.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Jennifer is Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner and Head of UK, Europe and Israel and leads a team of 70 staff across 11 posts to deliver high quality trade and investment services to Australian and European clients. Having lived in France for 20 years, Jennifer has a deep knowledge of European markets and doing business in Europe.
Jennifer joined the Australian Trade and Investment Commission in 2015 as Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner to France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium and Luxembourg. In 2020 Jennifer was appointed Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner to the UK, Ireland and Nordics.
Prior to joining Austrade, Jennifer worked as a lawyer for international law firm Clifford Chance in Paris for 15 years. She specialised in Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity. She was also the head of the Paris firm’s client development, marketing and communications team with responsibility for France, Turkey and Africa.
Jennifer holds an Arts Law degree from the University of Sydney. She was admitted as a lawyer to the Supreme Court of NSW in 1994 and admitted as a French ‘avocat’ to the Paris bar in 2003. She speaks French, Italian and Spanish.