Our members include organisations and expert individuals from a dozen different countries, as listed below. They meet regularly to coordinate actions on financial reform.
The full list of Members is below.
The benefits of Membership include:
- Being part of an EU-wide network of civil society actors committed to making finance serve society.
- Access to Members’ working groups, which meet regularly to learn about policy initiatives and coordinate advocacy work.
- Weekly emails with lobbying intelligence collected by our staff in Brussels on key EU legislative dossiers.
- Private roundtable meetings with policymakers and priority seats at Finance Watch’s public events.
- Technical advice on lobbying and explanations of financial policy matters.
- Speaking and media opportunities.
- Access to working documents and network of contacts.
- Materials to use in Members' own campaigns.
|Maria Aluchna||Poland||Associate Professor of Management Theory, Warsaw School of Economics|
|Rym Ayadi||Belgium||Senior research analyst on financial institutions, financial services, financial markets and regulation|
|Bärbel Bohr||Switzerland||Lecturer, Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil|
|Stefan Calvi||Germany||Consultant in procurement controlling and audit|
|Christian Chavagneux||France||Economist and journalist. Deputy-editor of "Alternatives économiques"|
|Marc Chesney||Switzerland||Professor of Finance, Swiss Banking Institute, University of Zurich. Author|
|Gregori Colin||France||Chief Economist at G-CEC|
|Rainer Geiger||France||Retired Officer of the Cooperation Bonn Germany at OECD Paris|
|Marta Götz||Poland||Associate Professor at Vistula University (Warsaw), Department Business and International Relations|
|Krzysztof Grabowski||Poland||Corporate Governance Advisor at the Conference of Financial Companies in Poland, Member of the Academic Society of the Allerhand Institute|
|Stephany Griffith-Jones||UK||Research Associate Overseas Development Institute. Financial Markets Director, Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University (New York). Author|
|Christian Kellermann||Germany||Economist, Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung, Stockholm. Author|
|Rainer Lenz||Germany||Professor of International Finance at the University of Applied Science in Bielefeld|
|Pierre Lichterowicz||France||Securities services and project manager|
|Thomas Lines||UK||Associate Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London|
|Dominique Perrut||France||Researcher for financial economy at the University of Angers|
|Suleika Reiners||Germany||Policy Officer for Future Finance at World Future Council|
|Michel Santi||Switzerland||Economist and financial markets specialist|
|Harald Schumann||Germany||Senior Reporter with "Der Tagesspiegel". Author.|
|Hans-Joachim Schwabe||Germany||Retired Bank manager of Commerzbank|
|Laurence Scialom||France||Professor of Economics at the University Nanterre La Défense (Paris)|
|Stéphanie Serve||France||Associate Professor of Finance, University of Cergy-Pontoise|
|Claude Simon||France||Retired professor and certified public accountant|
|Robert Thys||Belgium||Retired Director of International Affairs at NYSE Euronext (Paris)|
|Emmanouil Tzouvelekas||Greece||PhD researcher for social finance and monetary innovation, at the Panteion University and Officer at O.P “Public Sector Reform” (Athens)|