Danger, Susan

Danger, Susan

Chief Executive Officer, American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union, Brussels

Susan Danger is CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU), which speaks for American companies committed to Europe on trade, investment and competitiveness issues.  AmCham EU is a membership organisation supporting over 150 US corporate companies, international business, and law and consultancy firms in the area of public affairs. In 2021, AmCham EU was voted ‘Best EU Trade Association’ by BestinBrussels.

Susan has dedicated her entire career to advancing transatlantic cooperation. She was named by POLITICO as one of the top 20 women influencers in Brussels in 2016 and 2020.

Susan was elected as Chair of AmChams in Europe (ACE) for the period 2020-2022. AmChams in Europe (ACE) serves as the umbrella organisation for 45 American Chambers of Commerce (AmChams) in 43 countries throughout Europe and Eurasia. She has also served as Vice-Chair (2009 -2014) and was a member of its Executive Committee (2005-2008).

Susan was appointed member of the Governing Board of the European Policy Center in March 2021.

Susan is a dual UK and Belgian citizen and has worked in the UK, Germany, Austria, Spain and Australia.

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Tuesday 15 June

  • Global Trade - Optimism Restored?

    Are we on the brink of a new chapter in global trade? What could the new emerging trade map between the USA, Europe and Asian countries look like?

    • Malmström, Cecilia
    • Wang, Huiyao
    • Danger, Susan
    • Molterer, Wilhelm
    • Vakulina, Sasha

    International trade has made a significant contribution to the expansion of the global economy and has been a vital instrument for inclusive economic growth and sustainable development. But the multilateral trading system was already facing acute challenges before COVID-19, and the pandemic has wreaked havoc on trade and supply chains, erasing years of economic gains in some cases.

    The silver lining is the renewed political impetus for both, global economic governance and international economic cooperation, that comes with new US political leadership. How can this momentum be seized to restore and rebrand the WTO and its decision-making body for a strong, transparent, and fair multilateral trading system and enhance trust among Members?

    Maria Theresia
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