Public Affair & Lobbying

The term “public affairs” tends to indicate those activities that aim to establish or consolidate a relational relationship between a bearer of interest and the so-called decision makers, that is, public-political decision-makers. This is particularly the case when lobbying is active when the organized set of these actions is intended to represent the interests of a given subject in a professional manner with public decision-makers with the intent of influencing their opinions and choices. This is how it affects the public decision-making process in favor of the legitimate interest that is represented and protected.
Our experience is focused on a range of industries.

Agribusiness

 Capital Markets Union

Communications & Media

 Competition

Education

 Energy and Utility

 Financial Services

 Financial Stability

 Healt Care

 Immigration

 Justice and Fundamental Rights

 National Security

 Natural Resource & Environment

 No profit

Technology

 Trade

Transportation & Infrastructure