Why Attend?

  • Review the effect of BREXIT on the UK Border Force
  • Analyse the future of the Schengen Agreement
  • Understand the amendments to UK immigration laws and policies
  • Discuss the latest API/PNR systems being adopted across Europe
  • Develop an understanding of EU policies regarding the large number of migrants entering Europe
  • Network with leading border security officials from the UK and across EMEA

Border Management & Technologies Summit 2017

London, United Kingdom
31st May 2017 - 2nd June 2017

Paul-Martin Brennan

Joined the European Commission Directorate-General for Customs and Taxation in 2003 leading a team specialising in customs security and risk management and the development of EU customs policy on supply chain security. Prior to this Paul worked in public administration in Ireland in the office of the Revenue Commissioners for over 20 years including a period of 3 years as Customs Attaché of Ireland to the European Union based in Brussels. Paul has extensive experience in the development of Customs and Excise policy and legislation and broad field experience in customs port administration and border control, customs law enforcement and fraud investigation.