Senior Associate
Alexander Bobroski

Alexander is a Senior Associate in Global Counsel’s trade and manufacturing policy practice.

Alexander previously worked in the OECD’s regulatory policy division in Paris as well as at a global strategy firm in Washington DC. He has over a decade of experience working on US political campaigns at the national, state, and local levels.

At GC, he works with corporate and investor clients across a range of sectors to navigate practical barriers to trade and to engage with senior policymakers on trade-related issues in the EU, UK, US, and globally.

Recent examples of his work include: 

  • Working with a food and beverage manufacturer to prepare for Brexit-related trade disruptions, adjust supply chain operations, and engage key policymakers to continue serving customers in the EU, Great Britain, and Northern Ireland.
  • Advising clients on potential UK digital policy divergence from EU standards as the UK seeks accession to the CPTPP as well as new and upgraded trade agreements and digital economy partnerships with the US, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and other partners.
  • Supporting clients to horizon-scan potential EU regulatory and legislative policy changes that may impact their global supply chains.

Latest Insights by Alexander Bobroske

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A UK trade and investment strategy for food and drink: Report with the FDF

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Global Counsel has supported the UK Food and Drink Federation (FDF) in producing a new flagship trade and investment strategy for the UK’s food and drink sector. As the UK sets out a broad new trade policy outside the EU and seeks new and updated free trade agreements, it needs a refreshed trade policy for the sector that addresses imports and exports, sustainability and…

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How the Ukraine crisis will disrupt international trade

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Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has triggered a humanitarian and refugee crisis. The war is acutely impacting access to medicine, food, and cash in Ukraine while the ramifications of Western sanctions on Russia and Belarus are having a profound effect on these economies and more widely. While there is an inevitable focus on the implications of the conflict for…

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E-commerce talks on the WTO chopping block

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As WTO negotiators return after the summer hiatus, minds are inevitably starting to focus on the agenda for the 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12). For e-commerce negotiators, the WTO’s most important conference will be seen as an opportunity to agree upon the remaining low-hanging fruit and create momentum to work out the more challenging chapters. But will e-commerce…

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