Eugenio Briales Gomez-Tarragona
Eugenio Briales is a Visiting Scholar with the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School and a Senior Fellow at the Georgetown Institute of International Economic Law. He is a member of the World Bank Insolvency and Creditor/Debtor Regimes Task Force, which revises the Bank’s Principles and Standard in this area, and a member of the class of rising star delegates to the International Insolvency Institute’s NextGen Leadership Program. In these various capacities, Briales’ work explores issues pertaining to modern policy-making processes as well as legislative, regulatory, judicial, and fiscal frameworks for business financing and revitalization at the interface of the public and private sectors, with a special focus on corporate restructuring, business bankruptcy, cross-border lending, securitization, and governance of the Euro-zone. Briales has had extensive experience over the last decade of law and policy-making within international organizations, international financial institutions and the European Union (EU), working at the International Monetary Fund, the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group, the Organization of American States, the International Trade Law Division of the United Nations, and the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU. In addition, he was formerly legal counsel at Citigroup, where he worked on the EU regulatory framework and enforcement regime for financial markets and investment services. Briales holds a Law degree from Complutense University and degrees in Securities, Financial Regulation, and Public Policy from Georgetown University, where he was recently named Global Teaching Fellow.