Martin Chuděj works as a senior international and policy expert at the Single Resolution Board, where he focuses on the institutional and governance affairs of the EU and the EU banking union in particular. Prior to this, he gained experience in the areas of central banking, international trade and investment policy and EU affairs at the European Commission, the Council of the European Union and the European Central Bank. Martin also worked briefly in London at a private legal practice and at the World Trade Organization in Geneva. He holds various degrees in economics, international and EU regulatory law and international affairs. In addition to international policymaking, his interests include economic analysis of law and its implication for decision-making and the governance of the EU and international organisations.
Master’s thesis title
The Single Resolution Board as a misaligned organisation: What next?