Elected Member of the European Parliament in May 2019, member of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, the Chairman of the Working Group for Access to Finance for SMEs, substitute member in Transport and Tourism Committee and the Committee of Civil Liberties, Justice and Home affairs. He is also a member of the Parliament‘s Delegation for relations with Canada.
He studied international trade, international politics and diplomacy at the University of Economics in Prague and later completed an international program in public administration, regional development and EU programmes at the prestigious school for civil servants, the École nationale d'administration (ENA), in Strasbourg and Paris.
Between 2003 and 2010 he worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Prague in the Economic Relations department and as Commercial Counselor at the Embassy of the Czech Republic to Canada in Ottawa.
In the years 2007 - 2009 Ondřej worked in the Office of the Government where he dealt with security, transport and coordination with the ministries during the Czech Presidency to the EU. Since 2010 he was the Head of Cabinet of the First Deputy Minister of Defence of the Czech Republic. After he was representing the Czech Republic at the European Defence Agency. From May 2013 until June 2019 he has served as Senior Adviser in the European Parliament and as Parliamentary Assistant.
EU Legislation in context of megatrends transforming the financial industry
Panel I - Crypto, DeFi & Tokenization
What does the Future hold for the Financial Industry?