We work with our clients on a range of issues relating to the EU political, policy and regulatory landscape in financial services. We work with many of the world’s largest financial services companies, across a range of sectors including banking, insurance, market infrastructure, asset management and payments. As part of the Financial Institutions Group in the Brussels office, you will help to advise clients on the implications of EU regulatory, policy and political developments on their business. We work with our clients to develop and articulate a compelling narrative that helps drive their strategic direction and achieve their business objectives. Through regular engagement with EU policymakers, governments, thinktanks, industry associations and other key players in the EU policy landscape, we help to position our clients before the full range of stakeholders and issues.
We understand the challenges of communicating in a highly regulated, heavily scrutinized and often volatile environment. Successfully communicating with all stakeholders is a key component of creating trust and confidence.
Brunswick’s global Financial Institutions Group comprises more than 60 advisors with a wealth of expertise across the sector, its issues, audiences and perceptions. Our team draws on its background in media, capital markets, politics, law, polling, academia and in-house public affairs and communications to advise our clients on strategies that build and protect their reputation.
Brunswick Group is seeking to hire a junior consultant to join our Brussels office, working alongside the Financial Institutions team, advising many of the world’s largest financial services companies. Whilst the work would be primarily focused within the financial services sector, there are also opportunities and expectations that the chosen candidate will work with colleagues across other sectors and practice groups, and in cooperation with other offices.
Brunswick is a strategic advisory firm. Our purpose is to help the great value-creating organizations of the world play a more successful role in society.
We advise on critical issues at the centre of business, politics and society, and help our clients – the leaders of large, complex organizations – understand and navigate these interconnected worlds.
Brunswick is one firm globally, operating as a single profit centre. This allows us to respond seamlessly and effectively to clients’ needs wherever they are in the world.
We are committed to embedding a culture and working environment that actively promotes diversity and inclusion and safeguards against discrimination and unfavourable treatment of our people in all aspects of employment including recruitment, promotion and training opportunities.
We recognise the differences that a diverse workforce can bring. We believe that we’re stronger and can serve our clients better when we draw upon the combined strength of all of our employees and we are committed to encouraging a working climate that respects and promotes equality.
We have a responsibility to ensure that there is no unlawful discrimination and that equal opportunities are available for all of our people.
Founded in London in 1987, Brunswick’s global partnership has grown organically to 27 offices in 18 countries. We began as a M&A and financial communications firm and, over time, expanded our capabilities and expertise to crisis communications and communications on other business critical issues. We invested in new offices, sectors and a wider variety of offers for clients such as public and regulatory affairs, major litigation, business and society, cyber, employee engagement, digital and creative industries.
Our CEO is Neal Wolin, based in Washington, D.C. Our Chairman is Sir Alan Parker, based in London.
If you are interested in applying or finding out more, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is the 16th of May 2022.