The Brexit vote as a game changer on European markets
38 years of experience in the European Commission
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Jonathan Faull was born in Chatham, Kent, UK in 1954. He has recently retired after 38 years in the European Commission.
He spent most of his early Commission career in the Directorate General of Competition, working his way up from the starting grade to become Deputy Director General. From 1989 to 1992 he worked in the cabinet (private office) of the competition Commissioner (Leon Brittan).
He was the Commission’s Spokesman and Director General of Press and Communication (1999-2003), Director General of Justice and Home Affairs (2003-2010), Director General of Internal Market and Services (2010-2015) and Director General of the Task Force on the British referendum on membership of the EU (2015-2016).
He is the author of many articles on European law and policy, co-editor of a leading work on European Competition Law, Visiting Professor at the College of Europe (Bruges) and King's College London, Emeritus Professor at the Free University of Brussels (VUB) and member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for European Reform.