Giulia Pasquali

Giulia is an Associate in the Trade & Manufacturing policy practice. She previously worked as a Research Assistant in the Peace & Security team at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin, evaluating different countries’ work to prevent and counter violent extremism for the German Interior Ministry. Prior to this Giulia worked at the Internet Economy Foundation (IE.F) and two economic policy think tanks. She holds a Double MA in International Affairs from Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics.

At GC, Giulia 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 and globally. 

Recent examples of her work include:

  • Supporting clients to horizon-scan potential UK and EU regulatory and legislative policy changes that may impact their global supply chains.
  • Working with a major pharmaceutical company to lead decarbonization of the health and life sciences sector.
  • Support corporates and trade associations in the life sciences sector with their engagement at the WTO and in UK trade negotiations.

Latest Insights by Giulia Pasquali

General Politics

Global Month Ahead: Italian election, US midterms, and the UNGA

General Politics

Welcome to the Global Month Ahead, a new Global Counsel podcast highlighting the key events in the month to come. In each episode, Global Macro Associate Director Isabelle Trick will hear from different members of the GC team to preview the month's stories before they are in the headlines.

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General Politics

Blockchain and carbon markets: successful union or missed opportunity?

General Politics

As part of their efforts to tackle climate change, businesses are increasingly relying on the buying and selling of credits to offset emissions. This approach was developed at COP26 last year to create new market mechanisms underpinning Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. Amid rising concerns that the lack of transparency and oversight of offsets might lead to greenwashing,…

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Could the EU 2021 Banking Package get stuck in the middle?

Financial Services

The long-awaited package of EU banking reforms presented by the European Commission on October 27th faces a basic challenge of reconciling demands for safeguarding of EU banking competitiveness and upholding the EU’s international commitments. The proposal was fated to face criticism from the outset. The commission, however, has sought to avoid a political stalemate by…

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