Identify macro opportunities and risks in a new European landscape
Will the EU integrate further or fragment? How serious is the populist backlash against Brussels? What direction will European industrial policies take amid greater competition from China? What will the long-term impact be on Europe’s energy policy following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?
We help our clients prepare for shifts in politics, policy and trade as the EU faces a new era of uncertainty and disruption.
“Europe is entering a new age of strategic trade and energy policy impacting every dimension of the economy and every corporate sector.”
Thomas heads our Europe Practice. He was previously director of the Danish Defence Intelligence Service and permanent secretary of state at the Ministry of Defence, as well as diplomatic advisor to the Danish prime minister.View Profile
Thomas heads our Europe Practice. He was previously director of the Danish Defence Intelligence Service and permanent secretary of state at the Ministry of Defence, as well as diplomatic advisor to the Danish prime minister.
Sarah specialises in strategic tools such as scenario planning and macro diligence, working closely with clients to leverage MAP’s insights directly into corporate decision-making. Her background is in international politics and economics.
Ian leads senior client engagements across a number of sectors and territories. He has spent the last 20 years advising corporate and government leaders on geopolitics and national and regional security issues.
Dominic heads our UK Practice and our work advising clients on India, the Middle East and North Africa. He was formerly British ambassador to Iraq, Egypt and Libya, and high commissioner to India.
Mark was governor of the Bank of England and chair of the Monetary Policy Committee, Financial Policy Committee and the board of the Prudential Regulation Committee from 2013 to 2020.
Poul Skytte Christoffersen
Poul advises clients on EU policy, drawing on a long career in Danish diplomatic service. He was chief negotiator for the European Council and a senior advisor at European Policy Centre.
Uwe served at the highest levels in German and EU government. He was previously head of department for European policy in the German Federal Chancellery and spent four years as secretary general of the Council of the European Union.
Catherine is a leading European politics expert and director of Counterpoint, an organisation offering research and advice on the dynamics of dissent and consent. She is a longstanding advisor to French political leaders and campaigns.
Ivan is chairman at the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia and permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He is a founding board member of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
James advises clients on UK and EU politics. He has more than a decade of experience advising successive UK prime ministers and cabinet ministers, most recently as the director of the policy unit in 10 Downing Street.
Katrin leads client engagements on German politics and developments affecting the global technology industry. She served as state secretary for the German Federal Ministry of Defence, where she was responsible for armament, cyber and information technology.
Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau
Constantijn is MAP’s director of digital technology and macro strategy. He has worked in both private and public sectors as an advisor on digital strategy, including to the European Commission and the Dutch Foreign Ministry.