Eva Hampl

Eva Hampl

Senior Director, Investment, Trade and Financial Services
Tel: 202.682.0051

Eva Hampl coordinates USCIB work on investment and financial policy issues. She is responsible for issues management, policy development, secretariat support to relevant USCIB committees and participating in membership development activities. Before joining USCIB in 2014, Hampl completed a GE fellowship in its Global Government Affairs and Policy division. Prior to her fellowship she served as a trade associate with the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance.

Hampl also interned with the Trade Section of the Delegation of the EU to the United States, and she served as a law clerk to the Connecticut Superior Court. She has experience in investment and trade issues and has done research on transparency in WTO dispute settlement and investor-state arbitration under investment treaties. She holds a master’s of law in international and comparative law from The George Washington University Law School and a law degree from Suffolk University Law School.

Helpful links:
USCIB Trade & Investment Committee:
https://www.uscib.org/trade-and-investment-ud-829/
USCIB Financial Services Committee:
https://www.uscib.org/financial-services-ud-819/
USCIB Banking Committee:
https://www.uscib.org/banking-ud-809-2/

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Recent Articles by Eva

Business Calls for More Time on Proposed Tech Export Controls  (7/1/2019) - Business Calls for More Time on Proposed Tech Export Controls 
USCIB Responds to US Tariff Escalation With China (6/18/2019) - In response to the recent escalation of tit-for-tat tariffs between the United States and China, USCIB submitted comments (insert hyperlink) on June 17 to the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) on the proposed modification to Section 301 regarding China’s policies and practices related to technology transfer, intellectual property and innovation.
Business Pushes Back Against Mexico Tariff Plan (6/10/2019) - USCIB joined a broad array of American business groups who said the Trump administration's plan would jeopardize the US Mexico Canada Agreement.

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Eva’s Committees

Banking - The Banking Committee increases the efficiency of global trade by promoting the standardization of international banking and commercial practices and procedures.
China - The China Committee monitors Chinese regulatory developments and engages with international organizations on issues greatly affecting U.S. business in China.
Competition - The Competition Committee promotes international legal policies that favor an open and competitive environment for U.S. business. 

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