Adam Terry

Adam
Terry

Practice Lead, Financial Services

Adam Terry is Global Counsel’s Practice Lead on Financial Services. Adam joined Global Counsel from the European Parliament, where he was political adviser to Anneliese Dodds MEP and John Howarth MEP, specialising in financial services and tax policy. Prior to this, Adam was Head of Public Affairs at the housing and homelessness charity Shelter.

He started his career in the UK civil service, where he worked across a range of government departments and policy areas, from preparations for the London 2012 Olympic Games in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport; through managing counter-narcotics programmes in the British Embassy in Afghanistan; to preparing the Prime Minister for weekly PMQ sessions in 10 Downing Street.

Articles by Adam Terry on the GC Blog and GC analysis

PODCAST: Labour and the future of corporate regulation

Authors: 
Duhan
Patel
Terry
15 Nov 2018
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Region: 
UK

UK: Global Counsel team members Rishi Patel, Matthew Duhan and Adam Terry discuss the prospects for a Labour government, and what it could mean for businesses and investors, particularly in the energy and financial services sectors.

Europe in the Global Economy

Authors: 
Capparelli
Ninomiya
Smotrov
Terry
Thomas
White
12 Jul 2018
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Regions: 
EU/Eurozone
UK
Russia & CIS
Multilateral

A distinctive feature of President Juncker’s “political” European Commission was a single set of collective top-down priorities, rather than a stitching together of the agendas of individual commissioners. In 2014, this meant a focus on economic reforms to restore growth lost during the 2008 financial crisis: a digital single market, a capital markets union and an investment plan for Europe. Events inevitably challenged this strategy — an unprecedented refugee crisis, Brexit, the emergence of new security threats — but it proved more resilient than many expected at the outset of the “last chance” Commission.

Competing visions for the future of the eurozone

Author: 
Terry
14 Dec 2017
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Region: 
EU/Eurozone

Over the summer, it looked as if there might be a breakthrough in the long-stalled discussions over eurozone reform. Emmanuel Macron had been elected president of France, promising to overhaul the domestic labour market and make the country more economically competitive. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was quick to spot the signal and the opportunity. She suggested that she might in turn be amenable to some long-held French ambitions for the currency union.

Reforming EU financial supervision: more Europe without more treaties

Author: 
Terry
22 Sep 2017
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Region: 
EU/Eurozone

Reforms to the EU’s financial supervisory system proposed this week can be boiled down to two principles: more supervision at the European rather than the national level, and more powers for the EU to keep a closer eye on developments in other jurisdictions.