Kristina is an Associate in the Brussels Office. She previously worked at a think tank on a proposal for a public sector reform and headed communications for a democracy-advocacy NGO. Kristina has also completed traineeships at NATO, focusing on human security, and the European Parliament. 

At GC, Kristina supports clients with their understanding of the EU, mainly its digital and tech policies, and assists with stakeholder engagement. 

Recent examples of her work include:

  • Monitoring and analysing the developments and tensions surrounding EU’s digital and tech regulatory initiatives for a major cloud-based services provider.
  • Providing foresight on the Czech and Swedish Presidencies of the Council of the European Union to a key financial services company.  
  • Analysing the energy landscape of key EU markets for a global constructions firm. 

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The future of the EU Customs Union

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The European Commission’s new proposals for EU Customs Union reform are designed to deliver a more coherent and integrated Customs Union. Since the creation of the Customs Union in 1968, subsequent reform has produced one of the most complex bodies of EU law without changing the basic reality of ‘one code, multiple systems’ that has always defined – and to some degree…

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