EN Director, Palamon Capital Partners, London, United Kingdom 06/2007 - 11/2007 Executive Director, Bank of America, London, United Kingdom

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    COUNCIL OFTHE EUROPEAN UNION

    GENERAL SECRETARIAT

    Brussels, 8 July 2013

    CM 3695/13

    ACCRED

    COMMUNICATION

    ACCREDITATIONContact: Martina BoiakovTel./Fax: +32.2-281. 27.16Subject: Accreditations

    Appointment of H.E. Mr Anthony LUZZATTO GARDNER as the Head of Mission of the United States of America to the European Union to replace H.E. Mr William E. Kennard.

    With reference to the procedure agreed by exchange of letters on 3 and 9 November 1966, you are

    hereby informed that the Government of the United States of America intends to appoint H.E. Mr

    Anthony LUZZATTO GARDNER as Head of Mission to the European Union to replace H.E. Mr

    William E. Kennard.

    Your tacit agreement will be assumed on 7 August 2013 unless you make specific objections

    by that date.

    120730/EU XXIV. GPEingelangt am 08/07/13

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    Please find attached a copy of the note verbale sent to the Commission by the Mission of the United

    States of America to the European Union and the curriculum vitae of H.E. Mr Anthony

    LUZZATTO GARDNER

    Uwe CORSEPIUS

    Secretary-General

    note verbale

    curriculum vitae

    NOTE VERBALE

    The Mission of the United States of America to the European Union presents its compliments

    to the Protocol Service of the European Commission and wishes to advise the Commission that the

    President of the United States desires to appoint Mr. Anthony Luzzatto Gardner as Head of the

    Mission of the United States to the European Union with the rank and status of Ambassador

    Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.

    There is attached a curriculum vitae of Mr. Gardner. Agrment is hereby requested to his

    appointment as chief of the Mission with rank and status described above.

    The Mission of the United States of America to the European Union takes this opportunity to

    renew to the Protocol Service of the Commission the assurances of its highest consideration.

    ___________________

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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    NAME: Anthony Luzzatto Gardner

    POSITION FOR WHICH CONSIDERED: U.S. Ambassador to the European Union

    PRESENT POSITION: Palamon Capital Partners (London)

    LEGAL RESIDENCE: New York, currently resides in London, United Kingdom

    OFFICE ADDRESS: Cleveland House, 33 King Street, London SW1Y 6RJ

    DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH: May 16, 1963 Washington, D.C.

    MARITAL STATUS: Married

    NAME OF SPOUSE: Alejandra Mac-Crohon

    NAMES OF CHILDREN: Nicolas Gardner, Alexandra Gardner

    EDUCATION : Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, BA, 1981-1985Oxford University, United Kingdom, MPhil, 1985-1987Columbia Law School, New York, New York, J.D., 1987-1990London Business School, London, United Kingdom, MSc Finance, 2000-2002

    FOREIGN LANGUAGES : FrenchItalianSpanishGermanRussian

    EXPERIENCE :05/2013 Present

    11/2007 - 05/2013 Partner and Managing Director, Palamon Capital Partners, London, United KingdomManaging Director, Palamon Capital Partners, London, United Kingdom

    06/2007 - 11/2007 Executive Director, Bank of America, London, United Kingdom

    08/2004 - 06/2007 Executive Director, GE Leveraged Finance, London, United Kingdom

    08/2002 - 07/2004 Director, GE International, London, United Kingdom

    07/2000 - 07/2002 Senior Associate, Well Gotshal & Manges, London, United Kingdom

    01/1999 - 06/2000 Senior Associate, Coudert Brothers, Paris, France

    06/1997 - 12/1998 Senior Associate, Coudert Brothers, New York, NY

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    01/1996 - 06/1997 Senior Associate, Hogan & Hartson, Brussels, Belgium

    10/1994 - 12/1995 Director for European Affairs, National Security Council,Washington, D.C.

    01/1992 - 09/1994 Associate, Coudert Brothers, Brussels, Belgium

    10/1991 - 12/1991 Intern, Treuhandanstalt, Berlin, Germany

    05/1991 - 09/1991 Intern, Commission des Operations de Bourse, Paris, France

    10/1990 - 02/1991 Intern, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium

    08/1989 Summer Associate, Coudert Brothers, Paris, France

    06/1989 - 07/1989 Summer Associate, White & Case, New York, NY

    06/1988 - 07/1988 Researcher, Institute of U.S. & Canada Studies, Moscow, Russia

    06/1987 - 07/1987 Intern, Office of Senator Edward Kennedy, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C.

    06/1986 - 07/1986 Intern, Radio Liberty, Munich, Germany

    HONORS/AWARDS :International Affairs Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations (1994) Stone Scholar, Columbia Law School (1989-1990)Phil Beta Kappa, Harvard University (1985)

    PUBLICATIONS :"Romney's Bain Yielded Private Gains, Socialized Losses," Bloomberg, July 15, 2012.

    "Fog Over Channel: London's Veto of the Treaty to Save the Euro," Harvard International Review, June 30, 2012.

    "US-EU Summits Need a New Mission," European Voice, November 18, 2010.

    "New Treaty, New Influence? Europe's Chance to Punch its Weight," Foreign Affairs, March/April 2010.

    "How the Irish 'Yes' Vote Helps Europe - and the US," Christian Science Monitor, October 5,2009.

    "U.S. Should Welcome European Arms Purchases," The Wall Street Journal, European edition, May 31, 2000.

    "Ten Years of Exon-Florio: Lessons and Prospects," International Financial Law Review, October, 1999.

    "The Hidden Cost of Takeovers," The Journal of Commerce, January 24, 1997.

    "Long-Term Significance of New Transatlantic Agenda," European Voice, November 14-20, 1996.

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    "A New Era in US-EU Relations? The Clinton Administration and the New Transatlantic Agenda" (Avebury Press, 1996).

    "UN Commission to Rule on Extent of Corporate Claims Against Iraq," International Financial Law Review, December 1996.

    "EU Member State Liability: A Cure for Euro-Sclerosis?" European Competition Law Review, May 1996.

    ."EU Court Action May Help U.S. Companies," National Law Journal, May 20, 1996.

    "Europe May Sue Its Way to a Single Market," The Wall Street Journal, European edition, May 2, 1996.

    "The Velvet Revolution: Article 90 and the Triumph of the Free Market in Europe's Regulated Sectors," European Competition Law Review, March-April 1995.

    "Why So Timid on Eastern Germany?" The New York Times, March 8, 1992.

    "Export Control Laws in the European Community," International Company and Commercial Law Review, October 1992.

    "Defences to Hostile Takeovers in France," International Company and Commercial Law Review, March 1992.

    "The EC Merger Control Regulation: The Legal Costs of Political Compromise",International Company and Commercial Law Review, April 1991.

    "The Doctrine of Separability in Soviet Arbitration Law: An Analysis of Sojuzneftexport v. JOC Oil Co.," Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Vol. 28, 1990.

    "The Alliance and Missile Defense," Armed Forces and Society, Vol. 16, No. 2, Winter 1990.

    "Soviets Cover the US Campaign," The Wall Street Journal, October 7, 1988.

    "France and SDI," Naval War College Review, Spring 1987.

    "Secret Dangers of Italian Communism," The Wall Street Journal, European edition, September 24, 1985.

    " '84 Race Through Kremlin Eyes," The Wall Street Journal, October 19, 1984.

    ORGANIZATIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

    Council on Foreign Relations, New York

    Guggenheim Museum, Venice

    National Finance Committee, DNC

    Trustee, Guggenheim UK Charitable Trust

    Member of Board, Peggy Guggenheim Collection

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