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Jean-Pierre CASEY Associate Research Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels


 Played a key role in the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) implementation across Barclays Wealth and led a fundamental overhaul of the conflicts of interest governance framework in Wealth, including on inducements. His main area of focus is the Investments and Products Office, where he looks after the Alternative Investments, Research, Investment Management and Commercial Management teams from a Compliance angle. He has been involved in a wide variety of product launches in the alternative investments space (open- and closed-ended hedge funds, funds of hedge funds, private equity funds, property funds and structured notes wrapped around these investments), including the definition of proper product governance related to the investment process, sales process and marketing restrictions around these investments, whether for advised sales, or allocation to discretionary or advisory investment managed portfolios. He remains actively involved in the ongoing dialogue with the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the European Commission, European Parliament and the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) on facilitating a regulatory framework that is conducive to the development of retail-oriented alternative product.
 Prior to joining Barclays Wealth, he was Head of Research of the European Capital Markets Institute, specialising in the analysis of the impact of financial regulation on business models and market structures. He has published a number of books, papers, reports and articles and spoken at conferences on financial regulation across the globe.


Centre for European Policy Studies, Associate Research Fellow
College of Europe Alumni Association, Treasurer of the Board
Consultant to the Asian Development Bank on regional integration of ASEAN bond markets


Numerous commentaries published, or citations in the Financial Times, FTfm, The Economist and other newspapers.
Europe s Hidden Capital Markets: Evolution, Architecture and Regulation of the European Bond Market, CEPS Paperback Books, 2005
Shedding Light on the UCITS-MiFID Nexus and Potential Impact of MiFID on the Asset Management Sector, CEPS Policy Brief 12, 2008
Casey, J.-P.; Lannoo, K.: Pouring Old Wine in New Skins? UCITS & Asset Management after the White Paper, Rapporteur, CEPS Task Force Report, 2008
Casey, J.-P.; Lannoo, K.; Chirico, A.: The MiFID Revolution, Cambridge University Press, 2008


Invited to be an expert witness for Sub-Committee A (Economic and Financial Affairs) of U.K. House of Lords
Select Committee on the EU hearing on  Inquiry into a European Strategy for Growth and Jobs - The Lisbon Agenda
Honours Master s degree from the College of Europe (Bruges)
BSFS, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University (Washington)