H.E. Giles Norman

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Embassy of Canada in Belgrade, Serbia

Mr. Giles Norman (BA Hons, Lancaster University, 1990; LLB, Queen’s University, 1996) joined the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in 1999 after being called to the Bar of the Law Society of Ontario in 1998.
His overseas assignments include political officer in Ankara (2001 to 2004), political and trade counsellor in Colombo (2007 to 2009) and first-ever director of the Canadian International Centre for the Arctic Region in Oslo (2009 to 2012), where he also served as chargé d’affaires for 9 months. After Oslo, he was posted to New York City until 2016 as the counsellor (legal, human rights, humanitarian) and legal counsel at the Permanent Mission to the United Nations.
At Headquarters, he has held a series of posts in the Legal Bureau and was deputy director of the Maghreb and Persian Gulf Division (2004 to 2007). Most recently, he was executive director of the Defence and Security Relations Division.
Mr. Norman is married and has two children.

All Sessions by H.E. Giles Norman

11:15 - 12:30
Grand Hall

ESGs in Focus: Impact on WB6 businesses and steps forward

What does ESG-related set of EU regulations, appropriate EU Member State regulations, CBAM- mean for the businesses in the Western Balkans? What is the foreseen impact in terms of access to finance and investment funds, as well as remaining in global value chains? What are the actions to be taken and how best to make the region up to speed and help companies and agencies understand, assess, measure and comply with ESG criteria? Those are some of the key questions to be addressed by the panelists, in a format allowing for regional exchange and lessons learning.

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