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Sebastian Vos


Sebastian Vos

Life at FGS Global

Provides clients with strategic public policy, regulatory and communications advice on a broad range of competition, trade, transactional and sectoral issues.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Over 20 years’ experience advising the C-Suite of multinational companies in a range of industries on global, EU and Member State policy and regulatory issues. Partner at Covington for 10 years, including as Head of EU Public Policy, Chair of Global Public Policy and the Firm's representative at the World Economic Forum. Prior to that, Partner at FIPRA and worked at Freshfields, Goldman Sachs and the European Commission.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Loves nature, good food and spending time with family and friends. Happiest when enjoying all simultaneously.

Sebastian Vos is a Partner in FGS Global’s Government Affairs, Policy and Advocacy practice and has more than two decades experience advising clients in the increasingly regulated areas of competition, trade, technology, life sciences and sustainability policy.

Before joining FGS Global, Sebastian spent 10 years as a Partner at international law firm Covington where he led the EU and Global Public Policy practices.

Over the past 20 years, he has advised the boards of multinational companies on a range of complex issues, including competition policy matters such as Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, and on ESG issues, including as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Community of Climate Governance experts.

Before Covington, Sebastian was a Partner at strategic government relations firm FIPRA International and worked at Freshfields, Goldman Sachs and the European Commission. Sebastian studied law at Utrecht University and International Relations at Johns Hopkins SAIS in Washington DC where he was a Fulbright scholar.

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