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Advisory Panel Members / Advisory Board Member (f/m/d) Governmental Institutions & Economics
An International Advisory Firm via Perrett Laver
Leading international advisory firm
Advisory Panel Members, Governmental Institutions & Economics
Advisory Board Member
Our client is a leading global advisory firm, ranked among the top 5 of its peers worldwide. It has market leading practices across a number of major sectors. Already having a major presence across Europe, our client is seeking to strengthen its footprint within Europe, most particularly, although not exclusively, the German market. It is also seeking to expand its capability within its Government & Economics advisory practice.
The firm operates through very deep relationships with leading academics drawn from top ranked international universities and research centres the world over, together with strong interface to the policy environment, which inform the company through functioning on advisory panels, or as members of the international Advisory Board. In order to further its interests and develop the organisation in Europe, our client is seeking to complement its strong academic and policy base with leading practitioners coming from the European economic and financial policy sectors. Given the current economic climate, and the myriad complexities that the global community will have to navigate once it is possible to rebuild international economies, our client wishes to strengthen its capability in advising governmental organisations, and financial or regulatory organisations, within Europe.
Given the significant coupling of government policy to organisational success, most particularly in the coming few years, we are seeking to identify senior advisors who will bring practitioner experience, ideally through having relationships with and prior working knowledge of the major governmental and pan-European bodies that will shape the financial and policy future direction. The role is generously remunerated and can operate on a part-time basis. We are also wishing to identify senior leaders drawn from the same spheres who might join the International Advisory Board.
Advisory Panel Members
Our client makes extensive use of panels of experts drawn from Academe, Policy and industry specific sectors. The Government & Economics advisory practice is seeking to expand its roster of practitioner experts who will bring experience of working within prudential regulation and the supervisory environment within Europe and Germany in particular. The successful panel members will be required to bring to bear forecasting advice informed by an understanding of current European or national level economic policy. They will also be required to maintain their networks within key organisations across Europe. Our client also has interests in advising both on organisational design and leadership factors, as well as core technical expertise, and therefore panel members with an interest in both the policy but also the strategic organisational mandates for major EU institutions would be welcome. Therefore, panel members must have experience of advising, throughout their career to date working within relevant organisations, upwards and at the most senior levels. Our client places a high value on candour and frank expression of views in their advisory work, underpinned by technical expertise and analysis, and has predicated its success on this approach. Given the nature of the work and the profile of advisory Board members, it common for members to be educated to at least a Masters level and many hold PhDs. This however is not essential and technical experience of specific areas of financial and economic policy will hold equal weight.
Panel members can work on a variety of contractual bases. Typically members are engaged on specific projects and should be able to offer some per diem availability from time to time. The role suits individuals who have an interest in occasional and flexible working, and often our panel members are able to serve while retaining their full-time role. Our client, at times, may wish to have a more extensive working agreement with a subject matter expert, which might suit individuals who wish to work a greater number of days.
Depending on the contractual constraints of a given individual, our client is able to assist wherever there might be potential conflict of interest concerns and has significant experience of working through these matters.
The role of advisory panel member will be remunerated very generously, and flexibility can be applied in this. On average our client’s panel members will give circa 5-10 days per year however as is noted above there is the opportunity from time to time for a more full-time working arrangement or for working on a project basis over a longer period of time.
Advisory Board Members
Our client is potentially also seeking to identify a member for its international advisory board. This small advisory board operates akin to a non-executive Board of Directors (our client is privately owned; not listed), and is responsible not only for the provision of high-level sector knowledge and advice but also for comment on our client’s own strategy for its major markets and sectors. Members are drawn from prior leadership roles of major international organisations and typically have built a non-executive portfolio into which this role would fit. Given the particular emphasis on developing its platform within Europe and Germany in particular, our client would be interested in hearing from senior leaders with experience drawn from European governmental and regulatory institutions.
Our client wishes, at this stage, to remain anonymous. However, for any individuals who offer an expression of interest, there will be the opportunity to find out more information including the client’s identity and to receive a full briefing on their strategy for developing their European platform and Government Institutions & Economics practice. This briefing would be provided before any application will be treated as formal and all applicants will have the right to withdraw their interest were they not to wish to proceed.
Expressions of Interest and How to Apply
We are inviting individuals who would be interested in developing their advisory work to send a full curriculum vitae and a brief expression of interest which details how they might envisage being able to contribute a certain amount of time to our client. All applications will be treated with strict confidentiality and no CVs will be shared with the client until we have permission from the applicant so to do. Please do make clear to us the correct email address through which we might communicate with you, when expressing interest.
For those who make expressions of interest in this opportunity, but who are not, with regret, deemed to be able to bring experience that matches with our client’s requirements at this time, we will inform them directly. We will not, regrettably, be able to provide feedback at this early stage, but all subsequent stages of the process will include full feedback after each interaction.
In order to make an early expression of interest, and if you believe that you experience and skills relate to the brief above, please send the CV and accompanying letter to mailto: EUAdvisory@perrettlaver.com
Due to the restrictions rising through the Coronavirus pandemic, no telephone enquiries will be possible at the present time and that expressions of interest should all be directed to the mail response address.