Webinar February 2023

We are excited to announce the 1st edition of the webinar series “Addressing Key Economic, Social, and Environmental Sustainability Challenges” organized within the Jean Monnet Module “Guiding Steps for the Next Generation of Smarter and More Engaged Citizens in a Sustainable European Union”.


  • Tuesday, 7th of February 2023, starting with 10.00 am Central European Time (CET)
  • Online on Microsoft Teams (access link soon)

TOPIC: Protection of retail investors in the EU: disclosure, inducements, and suitability rules

PRESENTERS: Inna Oliinyk & Jelmer Nagtegaal (researchers at Centre for European Policy Studies)

Inna Oliinyk is a Researcher in the Financial Markets and Institutions Unit at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) and a Permanent Secretary to the Network of the EU IFIs. CEPS is a leading think tank and forum for debate on EU affairs, ranking among the top think tanks in Europe, founded in 1983 and located in Brussels, Belgium.
Her professional interests are in the field of banking and capital markets, but since she was appointed as coordinator of the EU IFIs’ Network she also deals with topics related to fiscal sustainability and public debt. She is in charge with bi-annual publication of the Network – European Fiscal Monitor.
Inna holds a master’s degree in Development Economics and International Project Management from Université Paris-Est Créteil (France). She was awarded the Eiffel Excellence scholarship to complete the two-year Master programme. Prior to that, she has graduated Summa cum Laude from the Kyiv National Economics University (Ukraine), where she studied International Economics and Management. During her undergraduate studies, Inna has also completed a three-year exchange programme in International Economics and Trade at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (China), as a laureate of Chinese Government Excellence Scholarship. She speaks 5 languages: mother tongue Ukrainian and Russian, she is also fluent in English, French and Mandarin.
Other information about her professional profile and achievements (including publications) can be found here.
Jelmer Nagtegaal is a Researcher in the Financial Markets and Institutions unit at CEPS. He is a recent graduate (with Honours) from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced Studies where he studied International Economics and International Relations. Before that, Jelmer studied Computer Science at the Amsterdam University College.
Prior to joining CEPS, he gained work experience at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Dutch Central Bank. Mother tongue Dutch, he is fluent in English and has advanced knowledge of German and Italian.
Other information about his professional profile and achievements (including publications) can be found here.