Pascal Lamy
Pascal Lamy
Vice-President

Pascal Lamy studied at Sciences Po, the ENA, and holds an MBA from HEC. He began his career as a civil servant in the French Inspection générale des finances and in the Treasury.

He subsequently became an advisor to the Finance Minister Jacques Delors, and then to Prime Minister Pierre Mauroy. From 1984 to 1994, he was Head of Cabinet to the President of the European Commission, Jacques Delors, including the role of G7 Sherpa.

In November 1994, he joined the team responsible for the rescue of Credit Lyonnais, and later became CEO of the bank, led at the time by Jean Peyrelevade. From 1999 to 2004, Pascal Lamy was EU Trade Commissioner under President Romano Prodi's Commission.

Between 2005 and 2013, he was Director General of the WTO. He was chair of 2020's Paris Peace Forum and is now Chair of the Commission's Mission Healthy Oceans, Seas, Coastal and Inland Waters, among other titles he currently holds. 


Publications

Jacques Delors explores our new website!

Jacques Delors explores our new website!

Publication | Editorial
7 February 2021
GT4 - HOW TO "GREEN" TRADE AGREEMENTS?

GT4 - HOW TO "GREEN" TRADE AGREEMENTS?

Publication | Paper
11 November 2020
GREENER AFTER: A GREEN RECOVERY STIMULUS FOR A POST-COVID EUROPE

GREENER AFTER: A GREEN RECOVERY STIMULUS FOR A POST-COVID EUROPE

Publication | Paper
14 September 2020
GT3 - A EUROPEAN BORDER CARBON ADJUSTMENT PROPOSAL

GT3 - A EUROPEAN BORDER CARBON ADJUSTMENT PROPOSAL

Publication | Paper
2 June 2020

Media

Can EU save recovery plan from hungarian-polish blockade?

Can EU save recovery plan from hungarian-polish blockade?

Media | Article
17 November 2020

Euractiv

Polylateralism or chaos, a conversation with Pascal Lamy

Polylateralism or chaos, a conversation with Pascal Lamy

Media | Article
10 November 2020
Top scientists push ‘final opportunity’ for EU-UK research deal

Top scientists push ‘final opportunity’ for EU-UK research deal

Media | Article
20 October 2020

Politico

Europe unveils targets for hyped research ‘missions’

Europe unveils targets for hyped research ‘missions’

Media | Article
21 September 2020

Science Magazine

Events

26 May 2021

Ocean Pitch Challenge

The Ocean Pitch Challenge will reward innovative ocean protection solutions. Organized by RespectOce...

17 February 2021
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Navigating the European Green Deal: How can busine...

Join Europe Jacques Delors and Brunswick Group for an exclusive webinar series dedicated to the ques...

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