Yaniss Aiche is counsel in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group in the firm's Brussels office.
Areas of Practice
Yaniss' practice focuses on the intersection between public policy, government affairs and legal advocacy. He brings interdisciplinary insights, combining legal, political and business experience to enable his clients to successfully realize policy risk assessments and compliance, monitor relevant policy developments and effectively advocate their interests towards key EU institutions and EMEA governments. With over 15 years of experience in EU Policy, international trade and strategic business development, Yaniss has worked with a multitude of corporations, financial institutions, non-profit organizations and government bodies.
Yaniss started his career as an expert advisor on international trade and trade negotiations within the WTO's Doha Development Agenda where he advised governments, corporations and trade associations on a range of intricate political and legal challenges including investment promotion, cultural services and goods, defense contracting an free trade. In 2007, Yaniss joined AHEL, the consulting arm of The International Institute for Strategic Studies in London where he focused on advising Fortune 500 companies at executive and board levels on geopolitical and military risk, investment policy development. In this role he supported the business expansion of European and US companies in the Far and Near East. In more recent years Yaniss has worked in senior positions for leading global law firms assisting them with their regional expansion, client development strategies and legal services packaging.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Yaniss Aiche