David Chmiel

David Chmiel

Managing Director, Global Torchlight

David is managing director of Global Torchlight, a political and security risk research and consulting firm. He advises companies in a broad range of industries on the effects of geopolitical risk on their business strategies and operations. He has a particular interest in issues related to the "weaponisation of capital" – the use of trade and investment for broader national security and foreign policy purposes.

Prior to co-founding Global Torchlight, David practiced for ten years as a transactional lawyer in the London and Chicago offices of a leading global law firm. His practice focused on advising Fortune 500 companies on their cross-border acquisitions, divestitures and reorganisations.

David contributes to media in Canada, the UK, and the US on geopolitical developments and speaks frequently on these topics at conferences and seminars. He holds an MA in Intelligence and International Security from the War Studies Department of King’s College London, an LL.B (Hons) degree from University College London and a BA in Economics and History from the University of Victoria, British Columbia.

Prices

REGISTRATION

Networking and making connections is central to any event – and one our guests truly value. We encourage you to take part in the online networking opportunities available this year. You will be able to schedule appointments in advance of and during the event. Online meetings will take place privately via the conference platform. Please select the Full Access Pass option.

The content only option gives you to access all keynote and panel sessions, but no networking.

Content sessions will be available ‘on demand’ for all registered participants.

Full Access Pass Content only
TMA Member (Europe) £168 + VAT £149 + VAT
TMA Member (non-European) £99 + VAT N/A
EACTP Member £118 + VAT £99 + VAT
Non-Member £228 + VAT £199 + VAT
Student/NextGen* £68 + VAT £49 + VAT

*for students in full time education, or full time employed professionals under 35.

Dates:

Thursday 17th September & Friday 18th September, 1300-1730 BST/1400-1830 CET

Please note, all keynote and panel sessions will be available to watch ‘on demand’ from 1300 BST/1400 CET on Thursday 17th September.

Some panel sessions will have a live Q&A at a designated time. Full details will be available via the conference platform.

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