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Cutting through the noise

Anders Fogh Rasmussen has built an international consultancy that has experience on the frontline of international politics, diplomacy, and communications. Our head office is in Copenhagen, but we work across key decision centres in Brussels, Berlin, London and Washington D.C.

The firm - Rasmussen Global

A global outreach

We operate across a broad spectrum of political domains; analyzing, shaping, influencing, and communicating on behalf of our clients in Europe and the United States. Our clients include international consulting firms, major companies, and foreign governments.

About Rasmussen Global

Rasmussen Global was founded in October 2014 by Anders Fogh Rasmussen. Mr. Rasmussen served as Prime Minister of Denmark from 2001 until 2009, during which time he held the Presidency of the European Union and negotiated the joining of 10 new members. In 2009 he was appointed Secretary General of NATO, a position he occupied until September 2014.

As one of the few international leaders combining experience from the top decision-making level in Denmark, the EU and NATO, with a high profile across the Atlantic, Mr. Rasmussen is in a unique position to advise clients on transatlantic issues, international affairs and public policy management.

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Expertise - Rasmussen Global

Rasmussen Global offers a broad range of services to help our clients understand and shape the best possible outcome in complex public policy environments: analysing political risks, formulating strategic advice, connecting and influencing key stakeholders, and executing public affairs campaigns in Europe and the United States.

The team

Anders Fogh Rasmussen has assembled a broad team of public policy professionals with experience of advising business and political leaders as well as public policy, campaigns and communications specialists.

Anders Fogh
Rasmussen

Founder & Chairman
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — International leadership
  • — Transatlantic relations
  • — Global politics

Fabrice
Pothier

Chief Strategy Officer
Brussels

Key competences

  • — International security
  • — Strategic planning & communication
  • — Policy advocacy

Maria Fogh
Duelund

Chief Operating Officer
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — Management and leadership
  • — Strategic planning
  • — Organisational development

Alexander
Vershbow

Senior Advisor
Washington

Key competences

  • — US foreign policy
  • — NATO
  • — Transatlantic relations

Toomas Hendrik
Ilves

Senior Advisor
San Francisco

Key competences

  • — East European affairs
  • — Cyber security
  • — Transatlantic relations

Birger
Riis-Jørgensen

Senior Advisor
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — International economy
  • — Foreign & security policy
  • — Strategic communication

Pierre
Vimont

Senior Advisor
Brussels

Key competences

  • — European Union Affairs
  • — Transatlantic Affairs
  • — European Neighborhood Affairs

Olaf
Böhnke

Senior Advisor
Berlin

Key competences

  • — German political affairs
  • — European foreign policy
  • — Policy advocacy

Henrik
Overgaard Madsen

Senior Advisor
Norway

Key competences

  • — Business development
  • — Green Growth
  • — Energy

Jonas
Parello-Plesner

Senior Advisor
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — EU-China relations and investment flows
  • — Transatlantic Relations and US politics
  • — Stakeholder management and strategic advisory

Jana
Kobzova

Policy Director
Brussels

Key competences

  • — Policy advocacy
  • — International relations research
  • — East European affairs

Nina
Schick

Data and Polling Director
London and Brussels

Key competences

  • — Polling insight
  • — Brexit and political commentary
  • — Press and Media Relations

James
Holtum

Media Director
Brussels

Key competences

  • — Strategic planning & communication
  • — Media relations
  • — Political campaigning

Patrick
Matthews

Media Advisor
Brussels

Key competences

  • — Press and media relations
  • — Social media strategy
  • — Thought leadership

Harry
Nedelcu

Policy Associate
Copenhagen and Brussels

Key competences

  • — Policy analysis
  • — Qualitative research
  • — International relations

Axel
Cousin

Policy Advisor
Brussels

Key competences

  • — Policy analysis
  • — EU-Asia relations
  • — Brexit

Mads
Hoppe

Personal Assistant
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — Personal assistance
  • — Office administration
  • — Internal communications

Martina D.
Ianev

Junior Advisor
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — Qualitative and quantitative research
  • — International affairs
  • — Market analysis

Rasmus Grand
Berthelsen

Junior Advisor
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — Quantitative and qualitative research
  • — Business strategy
  • — International political economy

Sandra
Sørensen

Junior Advisor
Copenhagen

Key competences

  • — Quantitative and qualitative research
  • — International Political Economy
  • — Security and political risk analysis
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