Josina Kamerling is Head of Regulatory Outreach for the Europe, Middle East, and
Africa (EMEA) region for CFA Institute, and is based in the Brussels office. She is
responsible for supporting CFA Institute policy development in the region,
advancing the impact of advocacy efforts, and promoting capital market integrity
and investor protection issues. Josina is a frequent speaker in conferences on EU policy on Financial markets ; with special reference to investor protection and corporate governance and the future of financial services and supervision architecture of EU architecture and comarabikltyand ethics issues in the financial profession. Within CFA institute, Josina is a member of the task forces on financial education and also on pensions, as well as promoting the debate on ethics by serving as a member of the jury for the global Ethics in Finance prize.
Prior to joining CFA Institute, Ms. Kamerling was a specialist adviser on financial services in the European Parliament for six years, advising most significantly the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis on all aspects of financial services
policy issues and technical information. Prior to this, Ms Kamerling was a banker for 15 years in a variety of functions and locations, most notably as a senior banker in the global clients division of ING and prior to that as head of sales in the financial markets division of ING group. Josina holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Law and Modern Languages from Cambridge University. She is a Dutch national having lived and worked in five European countries and speaks five languages fluently, and has spoken on radio and presented at conferences in Spanish, French, Dutch and English