Daniel joined GPLUS in November 2011. He advises clients in the fields of healthcare, competition, trade and financial services.
Until recently, Daniel worked in Washington DC at the European Delegation to the US, where he was a member of the Trade Section dealing with a myriad of international trade and Digital Agenda issues as well as organising Commissioner Kroes’ trip to Silicon Valley in September 2011. Daniel has experience of political consulting, having worked at Weber Shandwick, advising clients in the fields of financial services, trade, energy and environment.
He holds a Master’s degree in International and European Law (better known as PILC) from the Institute of European Studies in Brussels (jointly awarded by the Vrije Universiteit Brussels) as well as an LLB in European Legal Studies from the University of Westminster in London. He also spent a year at the European Law School in Maastricht.
Daniel is both Austrian and Hungarian. He has lived and worked in the United States, Belgium, Holland, Hungary and Austria. He is fluent in German and English, and speaks Hungarian and some basic Spanish.