With her profound knowledge of the telecommunications and media industries, combined with a broad international network, Marianne makes a difference for her clients.
Marianne is a principal regulatory counsel in our Regulatory Practice and is based in The Hague.
She has extensive advisory experience in the telecommunications and media sectors, both national and international.
Marianne observes future developments, makes creative connections and translates this easily into forward looking actions of today. She has in-depth knowledge of how decision making processes within regulatory and political stakeholders work, and has a broad network of contacts, both national and international. Marianne advises on how to engage with stakeholders in a constructive way. Her support enables clients to limit the impact by early awareness, to shape these developments by the right engagement with stakeholders and to ensure that the new regulatory requirements are correctly implemented.
She has solid analytical skills and is used to addressing issues in a cross-functional way. It is her second nature to analyse the different interests at stake which consequently creates support for the client’s interests. Her practice involves developing and presenting strategic, regulatory and policy views and supporting clients at a national and EU level on a wide range of regulatory issues.
Marianne joined us in 2018. Previously, she worked for the Dutch Media Authority (Commissariaat voor de Media), the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) and the Dutch regulatory authority for telecommunications, OPTA. International affairs have always been a focus area for Marianne, including running the Chair’s office of the BEREC Chair in 2011 and the ERGA Chair in 2016 and 2017.
Marianne studied Technology, Policy and Management at the Delft University of Technology.