The Global Counsel team work globally from our offices in Brussels, London and Singapore.
Global Counsel EU provides advice and strategic support to businesses navigating political, policy and regulatory developments in the EU institutions and EU member states.
Our advisers can interpret and anticipate the impacts of EU policymaking and help clients develop plans for engaging with, and adapting to EU policy change. We can advise on the full spectrum of EU policymaking and regulation, from the core EU domestic agenda to quasi-judicial procedures such as competition and trade defence cases and trade negotiations with non-EU countries.
Our advisers in Brussels combine decades of experience working with the European Commission, European Parliament and member states in the EU Council. They are supported by a network of policy specialists in EU capitals with experience in every area of public policy and political communication.
Global Counsel’s UK team have spent decades making and advising on public policy at the highest levels within Whitehall and Westminster. We help clients build strategies which reflect the unprecedented political and policy uncertainty facing corporates and investors located in, or investing in, the UK.
While Brexit dominates the British news cycle, much of our UK work is grounded in the day to day detail of domestic and devolved policymaking – often just as critical to commercial decision-making. Our multidisciplinary team includes economists, sector specialists and experts with detailed knowledge of parliamentary and legislative procedure.
Global Counsel’s work in Asia focuses on cross-border trade and investment between Asia and Europe. We have worked with Asian companies going global and with multinationals seeking to take advantage of the dynamic growth of Asia’s markets. Our clients have included multinationals, Asian family-owned businesses, state-owned companies, start-ups and funds.
Drawing on the resources of our offices in Singapore as well as the team in London, we have supported Asian corporates and investors to address market access challenges and to realise investment opportunities in Europe, and European and American multinationals to develop strategies attuned to political and policy realities in Asia. We work on long-term policy and reputational challenges, politically-driven events and on specific transactions.