Economic and Policy Intern

Economic and Policy Intern

Tasks of the intern

  • Political & regulatory monitoring: analyse and concisely communicate the EU policy and global legislative developments related to financial services to the members of the association;
  • Research on a variety of topics;
  • Drafting memoranda and newsletters, help in the preparation of position papers;
  • Attending & reporting on external events;
  • Ensure the preparation and consistent follow-up of the meetings and decisions;
  • Provide general support to the team, including in the organisation of high-level events and discussions with various stakeholders.

Requirements for the applicants

  • Exceptional writing skills and (near-) native spoken English;
  • Organised, with an attention to detail;
  • Master (or another 5-year graduate) degree in law and/or finance;
  • Knowledge of the European decision-making process and willingness to learn more about it<;/li>
  • Distinct soft skills – self-starter, well-organised, diplomatic, ready to take ownership, solution-driven, creative and going the extra mile, ability to work with tight deadlines;
  • Autorisation to work in Belgium.

Important information

  • The internship will start early September;
  • The internship is full time and will last 6 months.
  • Will be paid under CIP (Convention d’Immersion Professionnelle)

How to apply

Via an email to, addressed to the attention of Anna Kulik, Secretary General of ECSDA

Application must contain

  • A CV in English;
  • A cover letter in English specifying why you would like to join ECSDA.