Contact

Address:

European Commission

Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 200

1049 Brussels

Belgium

Press contact

Media enquiries should be directed to the European Commission press service.

Responsibilities

  • Ensuring the economic soundness of Commission proposals and deepening the Economic and Monetary Union to create the conditions for jobs, growth, and investment.
  • Ensuring enforcement of the Stability and Growth Pact and reviewing its fiscal and macroeconomic surveillance legislation (six-pack) and budgetary rules (two-pack).
  • Encouraging further structural reforms in eurozone countries and making decisions about support for struggling countries more democratically legitimate.
  • Developing a value added tax (VAT) system at EU level, improving the functioning of the internal market in both direct and indirect taxation and fighting tax fraud and tax evasion.
  • Developing and managing an efficient EU customs union.

Pierre Moscovici is part of the following Project Teams:

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Team

Pierre Moscovici's team supports him in his daily work.
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Biography

French nationality

  • European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs
    • 2014-present
  • Member of the French National Assembly, 4th constituency in the Doubs
    • 2014
  • Minister for Economy and Finance
    • 2012-2014
  • President of the Pays de Montbéliard Agglomération (PMA – Greater Montbéliard Authority)
    • 2008-2012
  • City councilor of Valentigney, Franche-Comté region
    • 2008-2014
  • Member of the French National Assembly, 4th constituency in the Doubs
    • 2007-2012
  • Vice-President and Member of the European Parliament
    • 2004-2007
  • Representative of the French authorities at the Convention on the Future of Europe
    • 2002
  • Member of the Franche-Comté Regional Council
    • 1998-2004
  • Minister-delegate with responsibility for European affairs
    • 1997-2002
  • Vice-President and Member of the European Parliament
    • 1994-1997
  • Member of the Doubs department General Council
    • 1994-2002
  • Member of the Cour des Comptes (French Court of Audit)
    • 1984-1988 and 2002-2004
  • Master's degree in economics and political science, postgraduate degree in economics and philosophy. Graduate of the Ecole nationale d’administration.