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MEP Luděk NIEDERMAYER

Czech Republic
Start of mandate:
02.07.2019
Last name:
NIEDERMAYER
First name:
Luděk
Born:
13.03.1966, Brno
Group:
Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)
Party:
TOP 09 a Starostové
Committees:
Delegations:
Date Name of document MEP's vote Policy area MEP's vote
Date Name of document MEP's vote Loyal / Rebel to political group Policy area MEP's vote

Parliamentary activities

Participation in roll-call votes:
98.60%
 
 
1902 out of 1929 votes
Ranking: 217th
Loyalty to political group:
90.43%
1720 out of 1902 votes
Ranking: 497th
Loyalty to national party:
100.00%
1700 out of 1700 votes
Ranking: 1st

How this MEP influences EU policy (sample)

Voting behaviour reveals that, compared to the EPP group, this MEP is more supportive of introducing a fiscal capacity for the euro area.

Additionally, we found that, compared to the EPP group, this MEP is less supportive of the ECB contributing to the sustainable economy and EU climate goals.

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Curriculum vitae

  • Education

  • 1991-2008 - Czech National Bank, expert, director, member of the bank's board, Vice‑Governor (Public service, government)
  • 2008-2014 - Deloitte Czech Republic, director (Private sector)
  • Professional career

  • 1989-1989 - University, Natural sciences: RNDr. in theoretical cybernetics, mathematical informatics and systems theory, J. E. Purkyně University, Brno
  • Political career

  • Offices held in the EU institutions
  • 2005-2008 - Member of the Economic and Financial Committee
  • Offices held in other international organisations
  • 2000-2008 - Member of working groups of the Bank for International Settlements, Representative of the Czech Republic at meetings of the International Monetary Fund/International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • Other activities

  • 2005-2008 - Head of the Scientific Council of the Czech Banking Association – team member: 1) analysis of the competitiveness of the Czech Republic, 2) analysis of research priorities in the Czech Republic
  • 2007-2008 - Member of the regulatory impact analysis (RIA) group
  • Honours

  • - Gold Medal of Masaryk University, Brno, 2009