Flint Partner and Brussels COO, Daniel Brinkwerth shares his views on EU policy trends and Flint’s work in continental Europe

Daniel Brinkwerth

We interviewed Daniel Brinkwerth, a Partner in Brussels, on policy trends and Flint’s work in continental Europe. Daniel has over 15 years of experience in business critical EU regulation, advocacy and political risk management in Brussels and national capitals. He advises clients from the private and government sector on complex legislative dossiers and political issues. […]

Goodbye soft law: EU rules on sustainable corporate governance

A port with container ships

The European Union has a track record of regulating supply chains. Covid-19 focussed minds further on their safety and transparency, often coupled with calls for an elusive ‘strategic autonomy’. Incoming sustainable corporate governance rules will change risk assessments for EU-based companies with complex supply chains, their trading partners, and investors.