Paulina Dejmek-Hack

Economic Advisor, Cabinet of European Commission President Juncker,

Paulina Dejmek-Hack is an economic adviser to the President of the European Commission, Jean­-Claude Juncker. She joined the European Commission in 2004, after having worked in a law firm in Frankfurt am Main and at the EFTA Surveillance Authority in Brussels where she was responsible for financial services, capital movements and company law.

After a couple of years in the unit for insurance and pensions in DG MARKT, Paulina joined the Legal Service of the Commission in 2007, providing legal advice on financial services and financial market matters. During the Swedish EU Presidency in 2009, Paulina was seconded to the Swedish Permanent Representation as financial attaché.

Paulina joined the private office of Commissioner Michel Barnier, subsequently Vice ­President of the European Commission, in 2010. She was the Deputy Head of Cabinet between February and October.

Paulina is a Swedish and Czech citizen, she holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Lund, Sweden, and a doctorate degree from the University of Heidelberg, Germany.

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