Location:Brussels, BRU, BE
Group Company: Deutsche Börse AG
Employee - Governmental Relations (f/m/d)
Full-time | Permanent
Field of activityConstituting the key vehicle for interest representation, Government Relations acts as the gateway to the political and regulatory sphere. Bringing together an international team of experts on legislative and political processes at regional, national, supranational and global level, the Section designs and implements DBG's advocacy strategies concerning key regulatory and political issues.
Deploying a multitude of instruments, Government Relations leverages DBG's business strategy by mitigating risks and developing opportunities in the political and regulatory context. The Section provides qualitative and timely information throughout the whole legislative lifecycle to ensure informed engagement, and represents DBG's interests in associations such as the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE), the European Association of CCP Clearing Houses (EACH) and the European Central Securities Depositories Association (ECSDA).
Managing the group-wide interaction with key political and regulatory stakeholders, such as from Ministries, Parliaments or the European Commission, Government Relations is steered out of Brussels and stretches across Berlin, Eschborn and Luxembourg to maximise DBG’s resonance.
- Monitoring of European and international regulatory developments
- Supporting the development, implementation and execution of advocacy and political communication strategies
- Preparing briefings, background analyses, assessments and political fact-sheets
- Relationship management and representation of Deutsche Börse Group interests on European and global level in conjunction with frequent travelling
- Developing and maintaining a solid network of political and regulatory contacts
- Support the Section’s work in relation to relevant industry associations
- Undertaking political and regulatory research
- Bachelor’s degree or comparable degree in economics, law, European studies, political or social sciences
- At least 1-2 years working experience in strategy or public affairs as well as practical experiences with political processes at European and/or international level
- Solid knowledge of political institutions as well as formal and informal political processes at EU-level
- Knowledge of European financial markets policies and ongoing legislative files
- Well-established contact network within the European institutions
- Knowledge of European financial markets integration would be an advantage
- to explain complex matters in a comprehensible way
- Self-initiative for active information gathering and information processing
- Very good written and spoken English language proficiency; proficiency of German and/or another European official language would be an advantage
Dedication, team and communication skills, flexibility as well as competent handling of MS Office applications round out your profile. There are numerous good reasons to work for us: responsibility at an early stage, attractive social benefits, an international working environment and a broad variety of career opportunities. Applications from disabled persons are welcome.
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