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  • Mr Raphaël Chauvelot-Rattier
    Policy officer at the Consumer Law Unit
    French ministry of Economy and Finances


Graduate from SciencesPo Paris and the London School of Economics (MSc European Studies 2010)
Policy officer within the Consumer Law Unit of the Ministry of Economy since 2018, in charge of topics related to the Digital Agenda for Europe and legal consultant for investigations on digital platforms issues.

Technical advisor for the negotiations of recent European initiatives on the modernisation of consumer rights in the digital field (Sales of goods Directive, Digital Content Directive, Directive on representative actions for the protection of the collective interests of consumers) as well as for the negociations of the draft ‘ePrivacy’ and ‘Digital Services Act’ Regulations. Member of the interministerial task-force for digital issues.

Coordinator for the transposition of consumer related EU texts into national law (sales law, collective redress procedures) alongside experts from the ministry of Justice. Contact point for the DGCCRF with the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) as regards issues of common interests (cross investigations, shared expertise, joint participation to EU workshops).

Previously senior consultant in the consulting industry, in charge of projects for public bodies (local governments, central government departments) and the banking sector.

Previously economic attaché at the Permanent Representation of France to the EU in Brussels (Direction générale du Trésor) tasked with EU-wide trade negotiations related to services and investment and contact point with the international trade committee of the EP.