American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (AmCham EU)

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Lobbying costs:

WARNING: As this organisation lists one or more EP accredited lobbyists, it is highly improbable that its lobbying costs are lower than €10,000.

WARNING: The lobbying costs declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.

1,000,000€ - 1,249,999€

Financial year: 01/01/2020 - 01/12/2020

Lobbyists declared: 10 FTE (29)

WARNING: The number of full time equivalent lobbyists declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.


Lobbyists with EP accreditation: 9


Meetings with European Commission: 151

Lobbying costs over the years:


American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (AmCham EU)

Registration on EU Transparency Register

5265780509-97 (First registered: 14 Oct 2008)

Goals / Remit

AmCham EU speaks for American business committed to Europe on trade, investment and competitiveness issues. It aims to ensure a growth-orientated business and investment climate in Europe. AmCham EU facilitates the resolution of transatlantic issues that impact business and plays a role in creating better understanding of EU and US positions on business matters.

Our aim is to ensure a growth-oriented business and investment climate in the European Union. We are committed to transparent and open communication and inclusive dialogue between our members and European policy makers.

For a full list of our members please visit our web site:


• Transatlantic trade • Trade • Brexit • Future of Work, Education and Skills • Gender initiatives • Technological revolution in the agro-food sector and the role of science • The future of EU farming and agriculture • Coherence of the EU food and nutrition agenda with the Single Market • Sustainability in the agro-food supply chain • Agriculture in trade negotiations and the EU-US relationship • Merger control review • Digitisation in competition • Procedural fairness in competition law enforcement • International relations and the EU’s competition policy • State aid • A new deal for EU consumers and collective redress in the EU • Consumer product safety and market surveillance • Consumer aspects of the Digital Single Market • Union Customs Code • Customs valuation • Customs infringements • Digital Single Market • Data protection and e-Privacy • Cybersecurity • Emerging technologies • International digital economy • Consistent and science-based EU environment policy • Circular Economy • Future of EU chemicals policy • Pre-legislative work on RoHS • Sustainability and profiling issues • Transatlantic convergence and extraterritoriality of financial services regulation • Capital Markets Union • Banking Union • Digitisation of the financial services industry • Sustainable finance • Life sciences • Safeguarding IP incentives to drive innovation • Value-based healthcare to foster sustainable and safe health systems • Health technologies • Fighting against antimicrobial resistance • Defence, industrial and procurement issues • European space policy • Export and transfer controls • Transport security and security industrial policy • Connected and sustainable mobility • Energy and climate • Infrastructure • Value of IP for innovation and creativity • Fighting counterfeiting and piracy • Implementation of the unitary patent and standardisation policy • IPR enforcement in third countries • Joint EU Transparency Register • Better regulation and better implementation of existing regulation • Future of Europe • EU-US regulatory convergence negotiations and standardization • Taxation of the digitising economy • Public Country by Country Reporting • EU Action Plan on Tax Avoidance (including CCCTB) • Value Added Tax (VAT) • Responde to the Covid 19 crisis • Economic recovery


Head office:
Avenue des Arts, 53
Brussels B-1000

Tel: 32 2 513 68 92