The European Association of Public Banks (EAPB) gathers member organisations from different European Member States and countries, representing directly and indirectly the interests of over 90 public-sector financial institutions towards the EU and other European stakeholders. With a combined balance sheet total of about EUR 3,200 billion EAPB members constitute an essential part of the European financial sector. We represent about 83,000 employees. Currently, the EAPB is recruiting a Junior Adviser.
EAPB members are national and regional promotional banks, municipality funding agencies and public commercial banks across Europe. EAPB members provide financial services and funding for projects that support sustainable economic and social development with, amongst others, activities ranging from the funding of companies/SMEs, export financing and the promotion of a greener economy to the financing of social housing, health care, education and public infrastructure at national, regional and local level. All EAPB members are State-owned at local, regional or national level and act in the public interest. EAPB promotional banks and funding agencies address financing needs underserved by the market and desirable from a public policy perspective, they promote social and economic development, help the real economy and bring concrete benefits for citizens.
The Adviser shall successfully support the activities of the Association and advise the EAPB members on key EU legislative developments affecting the public banking sector. Reporting to the Secretary-General. Her or His role will be to support the work of the EAPB Secretariat, with a particular focus on banking a regulation. The tasks will include maintaining strong relationships with relevant stakeholders and our members.
Key responsibilities include
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Profile of candidates
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English (mother-tongue level)
Hold a university degree in law, political science, economics or another relevant discipline
At least 2-3 years of demonstrated work experience in EU policy or financial regulation work
Be a dynamic, result-oriented team-player
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