Members

Our members include organisations and expert individuals from a dozen different countries, as listed below. They meet regularly to coordinate actions on financial reform.

The full list of Members is below.

The benefits of Membership include:

  • Being part of an EU-wide network of civil society actors committed to making finance serve society.
  • Access to Members’ working groups, which meet regularly to learn about policy initiatives and coordinate advocacy work.
  • Weekly emails with lobbying intelligence collected by our staff in Brussels on key EU legislative dossiers.
  • Private roundtable meetings with policymakers and priority seats at Financeorwatch’s public events.
  • Technical advice on lobbying and explanations of financial policy matters.
  • Speaking and media opportunities.
  • Access to working documents and network of contacts.
  • Materials to use in Members' own campaigns.

Learn more about becoming a Member.

Member organisations:

AK Europa Austrian Federal Chamber of Labour – Brussels Office EU
BEUC Bureau Européen des Unions de Consommateurs (BEUC) EU
CECODHAS Housing Europe CECODHAS Housing Europe EU
European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) EU
Friends of the Earth Europe Friends of the Earth Europe EU
Oxfam Oxfam EU
Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Brussels Office Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Brussels Office EU
Solidar Solidar EU
Transparency International - EU Office (TI-EU) Transparency International - EU Office (TI-EU) EU
UNI Europa UNI Europa EU
Centrale Nationale des Employés (CNE) Centrale Nationale des Employés (CNE) Belgium
Réseau Financement Alternatif Réseau Financité Belgium
Danish Confederation of Trade Unions Danish Confederation of Trade Unions Denmark
Attac France Attac France France
CCFD-Terre Solidaire CCFD-Terre Solidaire France
Confédération Générale du Travail (CGT) Confédération Générale du Travail (CGT) France
Fédération CFDT des Banques et Assurances Fédération CFDT des Banques et Assurances France
Fédération Européenne des Cadres des Etablissements de Crédit (FECEC) Fédération Européenne des Cadres des Etablissements de Crédit (FECEC) France
Fédération nationale de la finance et de la banque (FFB CFE-CGC) Fédération nationale de la finance et de la banque (FFB CFE-CGC) France
FIDH FIDH France
Institut Veblen pour les réformes économiques Institut Veblen pour les réformes économiques France
Secours Catholique-réseau mondial Caritas Paris Secours Catholique-réseau mondial Caritas Paris France
UNSA Banques et Assurances UNSA Banques et Assurances France
Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB) Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB) Germany
Food Watch Food Watch Germany
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Heinrich Böll Stiftung Germany
VERDI (Vereinte Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft) VERDI (Vereinte Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft) Germany
VZBV (Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverband) VZBV (Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverband) Germany
Weltwirtschaft Ökologie & Entwicklung (WEED) Weltwirtschaft Ökologie & Entwicklung (WEED) Germany
Fondazione Culturale Responsabilita Etica Fondazione Culturale Responsabilita Etica Italy
Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions Norway
Fundacio Seira Fundacio Seira Spain
Nordic Financial Unions (NFU) Nordic Financial Unions (NFU) Nordic countries
Observatoire de la Finance Observatoire de la Finance Switzerland
Stichting Onderzoek Multinationale Ondernemingen (SOMO) Stichting Onderzoek Multinationale Ondernemingen (SOMO) The Netherlands
New economics foundation (NEF) new economics foundation (NEF) UK
ShareAction Positive Money UK
ShareAction ShareAction (formerly FairPensions) UK
TUC/Unite TUC/Unite UK
World Development Movement World Development Movement UK
Natural Resource Governance Institute Natural Resource Governance Institute USA

Individual qualified members:

Rym Ayadi Belgium Senior research analyst on financial institutions, financial services, financial markets and regulation
Bärbel Bohr Switzerland Lecturer, Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil
Stefan Calvi Germany Consultant in procurement controlling and audit
Christian Chavagneux France Economist and journalist. Deputy-editor of "Alternatives économiques"
Marc Chesney Switzerland Professor of Finance, Swiss Banking Institute, University of Zurich. Author
Gregori Colin France Chief Economist at G-CEC
Michel Crinetz France Retired insurance controller for the French Supervisory Authority
Karl Friederichs Germany Lawyer and tax adviser
Rainer Geiger France Retired Officer of the Cooperation Bonn Germany at OECD Paris
Stephany Griffith-Jones UK Research Associate Overseas Development Institute. Financial Markets Director, Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University (New York). Author
Christian Kellerman Germany Economist, Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung, Stockholm. Author
Patrick Kleinknecht France Engineer at the French Minitery of Defense
Wolfgang Köhler Germany Freelance journalist and author. Former business and financial editor of "Die Zeit" and former financial editor of "Wirtrschaftswoche"
Rainer Lenz Germany Professor of International Finance at the University of Applied Science in Bielefeld
Pierre Lichterowicz France Securities services and project manager
Philippe Liger-Belair France Researcher on Tax Optimisation at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Thomas Lines UK Independent consultant
Philippe Loumeau France Independent consultant. Former Chief Operating Officer of Montréal Stock Exchange. Former Board member of Boston Options Exchange
Pablo Martin Germany Student Banking and Finance BSc at the University of Applied Science in Cologne
François-Marie Monnet France Independent Family Wealth Surveillance
Dominique Perrut France Researcher for financial economy at the University of Angers
Suleika Reiners Germany Policy Officer for Future Finance at World Future Council
Pierre Revallier France Chief of tax and accounting Department, Local Risk officer at Océ France SA
Narcis Sanchez-Pelach Spain Coordinator at Ethical finance Observatory (www.fets.org)
Michel Santi Switzerland Economist and financial markets specialist
Harald Schumann Germany Senior Reporter with "Der Tagesspiegel". Author.
Hans-Joachim Schwabe Germany Retired Bank manager of Commerzbank
Laurence Scialom France Professor of Economics at the University Nanterre La Défense (Paris)
Stéphanie Serve France Associate Professor of Finance, University of Cergy-Pontoise
Claude Simon France Retired professor and certified public accountant
Robert Thys Belgium Retired Director of International Affairs at NYSE Euronext (Paris)