In 2012 Noémie Papp joined the European Banking Federation. Noémie is head of Digital and Retail and leads the EBF strategy on digital and retail including on cloud computing, e-identification, data, FinTech etc.
Prior to joining the EBF, Noémie worked for almost two years in a worldwide public relations and public affairs consultancy in Brussels.
Previous to that experience she completed traineeships at the European Commission at Directorate General for Competition in a State aids Unit and with the French Competition Authority in the Cabinet of the President and the legal service/European Competition Network.
From 2013 to 2015 Noémie was visiting lecturer in EU Litigation and advocacy at the Paris Bar School presenting, inter alia, a case study on data protection and financial services.
Noémie obtained an LL.M on Competition law and economics from the Brussels School of Competition in Brussels and a Master II (equivalent to an LL.M) in European Litigation from the Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II in France.
She is both a French and Hungarian national and speaks regularly in high-level conferences.
The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, uniting 32 national banking associations in Europe that together represent some 4,500 banks - large and small, wholesale and retail, local and international - employing about 2.1 million people. EBF members represent banks that make available loans to the European economy in excess of €20 trillion and that securely handle more than 300 million payment transactions per day. Launched in 1960, the EBF is committed to creating a single market for financial services in the European Union and to supporting policies that foster economic growth.