Anthony served as United States Ambassador to the European Union from March 2014 to January 2017. Prior to this he was Managing Director at a growth capital private equity firm based in London where he managed financing, legal and tax structuring issues related to the firm’s acquisitions and divestitures. Previously, Anthony served in senior roles at Bank of America, GE Capital and GE International, all based in London, as well as at international law firms in London, Paris, New York, and Brussels.
Anthony holds a BA in Government from Harvard University, an MPhil in International Relations from Oxford University, a JD from Columbia Law School, and a Masters in Finance from London Business School. He is also a Managing Partner at Brookfield Asset Management, board member of Iberdrola S.A., and senior counsel in the law firm Sidley Austin LLP, where he works in the International Trade and Privacy and Cybersecurity areas. He is also a member of the advisory boards of the Centre for European Reform, the German Marshall Fund and the European Policy Centre.
Joe Biden took office in the middle of a pandemic and focused his administration’s attention on the response to COVID-19. However, other policy priorities are likely to come onto policymakers’ agendas as the pandemic (hopefully) recedes.
By Terry Calvani
25 March 2021
As the world considers what a Joe Biden victory means for them, Anthony Gardner – former US Ambassador to the European Union and Brunswick Group Senior Advisor – looks at the future of US-UK relations and concludes that the bilateral relationship “will not only remain strong but in reality will be stronger” as sovereign interests have rarely been so aligned in a hostile world.
By Anthony Gardner
10 November 2020