The Italian Embassy in London hosted another event focusing on Brexit - and not only. The topics of the seminar which took place on Monday 17 July, entitled "Milan: the new London after Brexit" also focused on investments, enterprises and business. The event was organised in cooperation with Loconte & Partners legal practice, and was devoted to the most recent legal provisions introduced to favour the attraction of human capital and investments in Italy. Following the opening address, delivered by Ambassador Terracciano, the discussion panel included presentations by Stefano Loconte, attorney, Mr Antonello Sanna, founder and CEO of Solution Capital Management and two major players in the world of business, namely Mr. Eusebio Gualino, CEO at Gessi, and Mr Aldo Bonomi, President and CEO at Rubinetterie Bresciane. A communiqué released by the Embassy reported that the seminar highlighted a considerable dynamism in the Italian tax and fiscal sector, due to the recently introduced measures to enhance Italy's attractiveness in several specific fields, especially leveraging the complementarity with London, in the light of the post-Brexit scenario. Ambassador Terracciano underlined that Italy's negotiation stance expresses a firm position "aimed at achieving a result that might minimise the risk of destroying value" and, "in the post-Brexit scenario, the city of Milan will need to capitalise on the complementarities with London, rather than try to compete with it." The Italian diplomat reminded the audience of the already standing partnership between the London Stock Exchange and Borsa Italiana, which is an example of this strategic approach.