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EU Policy Manager or Director – financial services experience, based in Brussels
We are looking for a Manager (5+ years) or Director (8+ years) professional experience in EU public affairs to join our financial services expertise team in Brussels.
We are seeking an experienced, collaborative senior team member to reinforce our growing financial services practice in Brussels. We offer a dynamic, fast-moving environment in a young, flat organization with minimal bureaucracy, annual bonusses and quick advancement for high-performing staff. You may currently be already working in an EU institution, for a regulatory authority, for a public affairs or management consultancy, a multinational or a think-tank. You understand the EU’s legislative process and politics and the value of personal networks. The role entails advising clients on the implications of EU political and policy developments for their business, with a particular focus on the financial services sector.
You will also have the opportunity to work with some world’s largest companies in a range of sectors, including sustainability, transport, energy & climate, trade, healthcare, and digital policy. Proven experience on financial services policies is essential. We are particularly keen to hear from candidates who have significant experience working on EU financial services policy, especially banking, cryptocurrency and sustainable finance. Political acumen, an understanding and interest in EU politics and the future developments linked to the European Commission's mandate are also essential.
Flint is a business advisory. We help our clients succeed in an increasingly complex world, managing risk and creating opportunity. We provide advice at the point where government and business meet, offering an authoritative perspective on both. We are experts in policy, political analysis, regulation and competition. Members of our multi-national team have experience of working at the most senior levels in European governments, the EU Commission, regulatory agencies, competition bodies and the private sector. We support companies who face the challenges of regulatory and policy change at national, European and international levels.
Please submit your CV along with a short covering letter (not more than 500 words). Your cover letter should include answers to the following questions:
Working alongside a high-performing team, you would be expected to:
Skills and Experience:
Track record demonstrating interest in the area of financial services and political issues.
Our values and what we offer:
Flint’s clients expect the highest quality advice, delivered in a way that is timely and actionable. Within Flint, we expect all our colleagues to reflect our values:
We deliver excellent work for our clients;
Flint takes care of its people. We enjoy challenging each other’s thinking and working hard on a wide variety of interesting and stimulating projects, while simultaneously respecting life outside Flint. We are committed to making Flint an even more diverse and inclusive place to work, and somewhere a wide variety of people can achieve their potential.
We offer a dynamic, challenging and intellectually stimulating work environment, with the opportunity to make a real impact on clients and their business. We put a high value on working as one team. We are small enough to work flexibly and informally yet established enough to offer fast career progression and excellent opportunities for the right people.
We offer a competitive reward package, private health insurance, flexible working hours and the opportunity to earn significant bonus related to business success and individual performance as well as to build a stake in the business. We put a high value on working as one team. We are small enough to work flexibly and informally yet established enough to offer fast career progression and excellent opportunities for the right people.
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