EU Issue Tracker
Limited-liability company: Shungham Information sprl
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Avenue de Cortenbergh 52
Mr Michel Ehrlich
Mr Geraint Edwards
COO & Head of Policy
EU Issue Tracker monitors EU policy and provides corresponding information services to national, regional, and local governments; other public bodies; private-sector companies; industry associations; NGOs; and academic institutes.
EU Issue Tracker does not represent interests nor seek to exert influence on EU policy nor on any of the Institutions of the EU - neither for its own purposes nor on behalf of any client.
EU Issue Tracker also does not collect specific information for any specific client. EU Issue Tracker is a subscription-based information service with a large and diverse number of customers, each of whom has access to the same set of information.
We cover most or all policy areas except Medical & Pharma, Public Health, Social & Employment, and Trade.
We gather information related to the progression of legislative and other policy initiatives at EU level through the Institutions including notably the European Parliament, and we provide this information to many organisations including corporations, industry associations, ministries and other public-sector bodies, and NGOs. To varying degrees, these organisations use or may use the information we provide them as inputs to lobbying activities in the EU Institutions.
EU Issue Tracker monitors EU initiatives in a broad range of policy areas including but not limited to:
- Food & Drink
- Hazardous Substances
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Internal Market
- Financial Services
- ICT & Internet
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01/2015 - 12/2015
300,000 € - 399,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
While we do not directly, ourselves, engage in influencing EU policy in any way, we do provide information to organisations that do engage in such activities. We are not aware of the specifics of such activities, nor indeed which specific policies or dossiers may be the focus of those organisations to whom we provide information, but we are aware that our information is often one of the inputs into the planning and carrying out of these activities. Our information is however also used in other ways, such as for compliance, product planning, and other business and administrative concerns. The above figure is an informed estimate, based on what we know about the organisations who use our information, of the portion of our annual costs that could be seen as contributing to activities covered by the Register.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.