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EuroCham Singapore, along with other European Business Organisations (EBOs) in the region, is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar focusing on the recent EU Elections and their potential impact on the Southeast Asia region and European companies operating in the region. 

In this webinar, we will analyse the outcomes of the EU Elections and discuss how these results might influence EU policies that directly affect economic and political dynamics such as trade, investment and regulatory environments in Southeast Asia.

We will also highlight the names that have been communicated for the most senior positions at the European Commission, European Council, and the foreign policy service. Understanding who will be at the helm of these influential EU bodies is crucial for anticipating future policy directions and their implications for international relations and business operations.

We are honoured to have Mr Antoine Ripoll as our keynote speaker. With his extensive experience and insights, Mr Ripoll will provide an in-depth analysis of these developments and participate in a Q&A session to address any questions from the audience.

Join us for this informative session to gain valuable insights into the evolving political landscape of the EU and its broader implications.



3.45 pm    Webinar Waiting Room Opens
4.00 pm    Welcome Remarks
4.05 pm    Keynote Presentation by Mr Antoine Ripoll, Minister-Counsellor for Parliamentary Affairs with ASEAN from the EU Delegation to ASEAN
4.35 pm    Open and Interactive Q&A
4.55 pm    Closing Remarks
5.00 pm    End of Webinar

The organisers reserve the right to change the programme content without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.




Mr Antoine Ripoll
Minister-Counsellor for Parliamentary Affairs with ASEAN
EU Delegation to ASEAN

Since October 2019, Antoine has been leading the European Parliament outreach to ASEAN. Since 01 December 2023, Antoine is Minister-Counsellor in charge of parliamentary affairs at the European External Action Service (EEAS) Delegation to ASEAN.

Antoine has been a European Union Official since 1990. He served in various capacities, mostly at the European Parliament, advising Members of Parliament on standing and ad hoc committees, on media and communication, and on foreign affairs.

Before coming to Jakarta, he led the Washington DC Office of the European Parliament (2012-2019), after having served as Chief of Staff and Spokesman of the main parliamentary Group’s Chair (EPP, 2007-2012). He also served as Deputy Secretary General of the EPP Group in charge of the Presidency.

Antoine studied French Public Law and European Law at the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne. He is married and has two children.


Ms Godelieve van Dooren
Chief Executive Officer, Marsh McLennan South East Asia
Vice President of the Board, European Chamber of Commerce (Singapore)

Based in Singapore where she has lived for the past 17 years, Godelieve van Dooren spearheads the growth and expansion of Marsh McLennan in South East Asia – covering Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, The Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

Her expertise in designing and delivering impactful people and risk solutions empowers Marsh McLennan’s clients in their business, risk and workforce transformation as they navigate the realities of a constantly changing environment.

Prior to this role, Godelieve was the CEO of Mercer’s South East Asia Growth markets, helping companies navigate the health, wealth and career needs of the fast-evolving workforce in this dynamic region. Throughout her career, she has played a critical role in designing innovative talent solutions working closely together with leading clients across the High-Tech, Life Sciences, FMCG, Chemical, Retail and Hospitality Industry.

She is a keen advocate of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, with a relentless focus on creating a sustainable and enabling working environment across the firm. Godelieve holds a MA in Law from the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.


Registration Guidelines –

Please follow these simple steps for easy registration to our webinar.

Step 1: Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MfZYkZcQTredbgfSODpn7Q

Step 2: Using the link provided in the email, click on the link 10 minutes prior to the start of the event.

Step 3: We will only admit attendees whose Zoom profiles match their registration names, so please make sure that your Zoom profile corresponds with your registration name.

Thank you for your understanding.

The organisers reserve the right to change the programme content without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.



On 5 July, EuroCham Singapore, together with other EBO’s in the region, hosted an insightful webinar on the outcomes of the recent EU Elections and their potential impact on Southeast Asia and European companies operating in the region.

Our keynote speaker, Mr Antoine Ripoll (Minister-Counsellor for Parliamentary Affairs with ASEAN from the EU Delegation to ASEAN), provided a comprehensive analysis of the election results, focusing on key areas such as sustainability, competition, and digitalisation. His insights into the new appointments at the European Commission and the seat distribution at the European Parliament were particularly enlightening, shedding light on how these changes may influence future policies.

During the Q&A, moderated by Ms Godelieve van Dooren, sustainability emerged as a crucial topic, with discussions on how evolving EU policies might impact various countries in the region differently. The conversation also delved into the importance of competition, which can influence trade and investment climates across the region.

Digitalisation was another significant focus. We discussed the opportunities for digital and technological cooperation between countries in Southeast Asia and the EU, highlighting the potential for innovation and growth in this area.

We are excited to see how these developments will unfold and the opportunities they will bring for collaboration between countries in the region and the EU. EuroCham Singapore remains committed to closely following these trends and advocating for the interests of our European members active in the region.

Thank you to all participants for your engaging questions and contributions.