Официальный представитель по вопросам развития цифровых инноваций и технологии блокчейн главного управления по сетям связи, контенту и технологиям
Европейская комиссия
Блокчейн в цифровой экономике
InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya
Тверская улица, 22Москва
Blockchain in the Digital Economy
InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya
22 Tverskaya streetМосква


Бенуа Абелу
(Benoit Abeloos)

Европейская комиссия (European Commission)Официальный представитель по вопросам развития цифровых инноваций и технологии блокчейн главного управления по сетям связи, контенту и технологиям (Policy Officer - Digital Innovation and Blockchain of Directorate General Communication Networks, Content and Technologies)


1990 Electrical Engineering degree from the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium).
1991 MBA from the National High School of Petroleum and Engines (France).

Professional experience

He worked as Policy Officer at the Health and Wellbeing Unit of DG Connect, where he was in charge of interoperability and standardisation, and of the epSOS large scale pilot project. Before joining the Commission, he held different executive positions in ICT startups, in Amadeus, the technology partner of the travel industry, and in Proximus, the Belgian Telecommunications incumbent.
He is part of the Blockchain and FinTech team where he leads the standardisation and interoperability aspects and is actively contributing to the EU Blockchain initiative. He chairs the Interoperability and Standardisation Work Stream of the EU FinTech Task force. He is member of the ISO Technical Committee 307 on Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies and coordinates Commission's inputs.

About the company

The European Commission is the executive of the European Union. It promotes the Union's general interest and takes appropriate initiatives to that end. It ensures the application of the Treaties and
oversees the application of Union law under the control of the Court of Justice of the European Union. It exercises coordinating, executive and management functions, executes the budget and manages programmes.
The Commission's internal functioning is based on a number of key principles underpinning good governance: clear roles and responsibilities, a strong commitment to performance management and compliance with the legal framework, clear accountability mechanisms, a high quality and inclusive regulatory framework, openness and transparency, and high standards of ethical behaviour.