Christina is an advisor in the firm's public policy practice in Brussels in coordination with the public policy international group.
Christina's former positions include an International Recruitment Consultant for a Netherlands-based recruiment agency, EU Public Affairs Consultant for Afore Consulting (a Brussels-based consultancy with a focus in financial services), running the Secretariat of the European Payment Institutions Federation, Policy Officer for the British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Assistant for Ioannis Kasoulides cabinet at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Being in charge of the recruitment process for multilingual professionals in the Netherlands.
Monitoring the legislative developments at EU level on a number of financial services and technology subject matters.
Being the account manager and provide public affairs and strategy support to clients from the financial services sector.
Providing daily regulatory updates, drafting strategy papers and assessment reports to clients on several legislative and non-legislative matters.
Liaising with EU officials to gather intelligence on legislative matters.
Running the Secretariat of the European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF) and being responsible for the day-to-day administrative operation of the association including communication with its members, managing the association’s website and recruitment process as well as responding to enquiries by third parties.
Drafting all the materials for the regular EPIF meetings such as the board, technical committee and the general meetings.
Drafting strategy papers on the standard setting aspect of payments covered through the European Payments Council and the Euro Retail Payments Board chaired by the European Central Bank.
Being responsible for conceptualizing and organizing events, workshops, briefing lunch/dinners and outreach meetings with EU policy makers for the members of EPIF and the British Chamber in the fields of financial services, competition, trade and innovation.
Producing briefings, reports and speeches for Mr Ioannis Kasoulides, former Member of the European Parliament (EP) and current Minister of Foreign Affairs in Cyprus.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christina Economides