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MEP Morten PETERSEN

Denmark
Start of mandate:
02.07.2019
Last name:
PETERSEN
First name:
Morten
Born:
14.09.1966, Kobenhavn
Group:
Renew Europe Group
Party:
Det Radikale Venstre
Committees:
Delegations:
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Parliamentary activities

Participation in roll-call votes:
94.04%
 
 
1814 out of 1929 votes
Ranking: 495th
Loyalty to political group:
98.29%
1783 out of 1814 votes
Ranking: 75th
Loyalty to national party:
100.00%
1759 out of 1759 votes
Ranking: 1st

Contact MEP

Email:
mortenhelveg.petersen@europarl.europa.eu
Assistants:
Mathilde Skydt GANDERUP, Mikkel KELSTRUP, Lasse Skaarup PETERSEN, Christian BENDIX, ADV. CARSTEN KIRSTEIN APS

Address Bruxelles

Parlement européen

Parlement européen, Bât. WILLY BRANDT, 07M081, 60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60, B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Tel: 0032 2 28 45683

Fax: 0032 2 28 49683

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Address Strasbourg

Parlement européen

Parlement européen, Bât. WINSTON CHURCHILL, M02088, 1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman, CS 91024, F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Tel: 0033 3 88 1 75683

Fax: 0033 3 88 1 79683

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Curriculum vitae

  • Education

  • 2014-... - Member of the European Parliament, ALDE Group, elected as a member of the Danish Social Liberals Vice-chair of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) Substitute member of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE)
  • 2012-2014 - Director of the Association of Danish Media, a merger of seven media organisations
  • 2011-2013 - Board member of IAB Europe
  • 2011 - Member of the Committee on Media Support (Dyremose Commission)
  • 2009-2012 - Chief executive officer of the Association of Danish Interactive Media, FDIM
  • 1997-1998 - Consultant in the Confederation of Danish Industry's (DI) information department, focused on the EU referendum on the Treaty of Amsterdam
  • 1993-1997 - Economic consultant in DI’s investment department Travelled in Asia, Africa, South America and North America on behalf of Danish companies looking to set up production abroad
  • 1993 - Consultant in DI’s information department, focused on the EU referendum on the Edinburgh Agreement
  • 1992-1993 - Trainee in the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission. Macroeconomic forecasts and country analyses
  • 1990-1992 - Secretary for Marianne Jelved, political group leader for the Social Liberals in the Danish Parliament
  • Professional career

  • 2005 - Wharton Business School, Links Programme
  • 1997 - INSEAD, Young Leaders Programme
  • 1986-1992 - Cand.polit. (MSc in Economics), University of Copenhagen
  • Political career

  • Offices held in a national parliament
  • 1998-2009 - Elected to the Danish Parliament on 11 March 1998 Party spokesperson on subjects including finance, business, defence/security and IT Political deputy group leader and group secretary Member of the Defence Commission in 2008
  • Other activities

  • - German Marshall Fund fellow, 2000
  • - Author of three books: 'Midt i maskinrummet', 1999, 'Enter - et personligt bud på Danmarks IT-fremtid', 2001, and 'Det er ikke sort/hvidt', 2014
  • - Contributed to the book 'Brud – radikale værdier i en forandret tid', 1994, and edited the book 'På sporet af den nye grundlov', 1992