Manager Public and International Affairs, Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets
Since 2004 Gert Luiting (1972) has worked with the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and has been responsible for the public and international affairs of the AFM. The AFM has been permanently represented in both European and global regulatory networks.
Gert was involved in several international working groups (IOSCO Implementation Task Force, ESMA Review Panel, International Forum for Independent Regulators (IFIAR)). As a member of the CESR Review Panel he coordinated the Mapping on MiFID (2009) and the Mapping on the Transparency Directive (2010). Further he co-chaired a task force that provided advices on the organizational structure of ESMA (2010). Between 2009 and 2011 he was advising the chair of IFIAR (Steven Maijoor) and responsible for the (informal) secretariat of IFIAR. He was leading IOSCO’s first Thematic Review on systemic risk and the perimeter of regulation.
He also spent seven years as a corporate banking officer for Rabobank. Gert Luiting holds a Masters degree in Monetary Economics (University of Tilburg, 1997) and a Master degree in International Law (University of Tilburg 2003).