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IFRRO recruits new General Counsel and Deputy Secretary General

Submitted by jboyd on Fri, 10/16/2015 - 11:40

IFRRO is pleased to announce the recruitment of Ms Nadine Dauer as IFRRO General Counsel and Deputy Secretary General to replace Anita Huss-Ekerhult, who is leaving for a position at the World Intellectual Property Organization.

Nadine is a German qualified lawyer, with specialisation in antitrust, competition, state aid and intellectual property law. She also has an LL.M. in EU law, comparative constitutional law and public policy (Budapest).

Nadine comes from the position of Managing Director/Head of EU Affairs at the German Federal Association of Liberal Professions, where she, among other things, was active in collaboration with the OECD. Prior to that, she served as the Head of Office at the European Federation of Building Societies (Brussels), and as Legal advisor at the European Savings Banks Group (Brussels) and at PMI Mortgage Insurance Company Ltd.(Brussels). She has also worked for international law firms in Düsseldorf and Brussels.