Pascal Lamy, the former Director-General of the World Trade Organization, has been named the Chair of Europe for Brunswick Group, a global strategic issues advisory firm.
According to a release, Lamy “will provide overall leadership to Brunswick’s European business and senior advice and counsel to European and international clients on issues such as trade, international economics, politics and regulation.”
“I am absolutely delighted that Pascal has agreed to become Brunswick’s Chair of Europe. As an enormously experienced and talented global leader, his deep knowledge and insights will be of enormous value to our European business and to clients in Europe and elsewhere,” Brunswick CEO Neal Wolin said.
Lamy exchoed the enthusiasm: “I am delighted to take on this role at Brunswick and to help leaders and businesses across Europe navigate an increasingly complex global environment. The scale and diversity of critical issues facing leaders today has never been greater. Brunswick is extremely experienced at helping organizations play a more successful role in society, and I am looking forward to adding to these capabilities.”