Binance looks to appoint a Brussels lobbyist to help influence EU crypto rules

The world’s largest crypto exchange Binance is recruiting a lobbyist in a bid to influence the crypto regulatory industry.

According to a job ad on Binance’s website, the lobbyist, who will serve as the Policy Comms Director, would be “responsible for shaping a communications narrative and creating impactful campaigns around corporate, regulatory, and political developments impacting the company across the EU.”

The job would be based full-time in Brussels to allow access to officials from the European Commission and European Parliament.

The EU is set to formalize its Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) regulation in April, which would impose consumer protection and financial stability norms on wallet providers and exchanges.

Binance is registered in several EU states including France, Italy, and Cyprus, and is already a member of the Brussels-based umbrella lobbying organization Blockchain for Europe.

Binance is also recruiting for more junior policy communications roles in Latin America and Asia, according to the website.


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