Garrigues, MinterEllison and Austrade are pleased to invite you to an exclusive event where we will explore exciting trade and investment opportunities in the Australian energy sector. Spanish companies have established a strong and growing presence in Australia, with many benefiting from Australia’s trade agreements for their Indo-Pacific operations. This event will provide a unique platform to learn more about the Australian energy market and establish key connections with major players in this dynamic sector.
MinterEllison is Australia’s largest full service law firm. Brendan Clark, Managing Partner, International and Simon Harvey, Partner have extensive expertise in the energy sector and will provide a comprehensive and insightful presentation about the current Australian market to be hosted by Gaspar Atienza, Partner and Jon Goirigolzarri, Partner at Garrigues’ Madrid office.
We will also be joined by Rodrigo Tilve Seoane, Chief Economic and Trade Commissioner, Economic and Trade Commission of Spain in Australia, Embassy of Spain in Australia and Elena Laburu, Investment Director at Australian Trade and Investment Commission, Austrade, at the Australian Embassy in Madrid.
The data controller is J&A Garrigues, S.L.P. (the “Company”), with registered office at calle Hermosilla 3, 28001, Madrid, employer identification number B81709081 and with telephone number (+34) 91 514 5200, which will process the data in order to manage your attendance at the event on the legal basis of the consent you have granted in this authorization. We will process your personal data until the event has ended. We will not disclose your personal data to third parties unless it is necessary for the event held. No international transfers of your data will be performed. The Company’s service providers in the technology, systems tools and event management industries may have access to your personal data during the provision of their services to the Company.
Should you wish to exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, portability and/or restriction of processing, you can write to the Company at [email protected], indicating your first and last names.
If you consider that your data protection rights have been breached, you may lodge a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency. If you have any queries or require any clarification, you may also contact the Company’s Data Protection Officer at the following email address: [email protected]