Adam Jasser served as Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister from March 2010 to March 2014. He was Secretary of Economic Council to the Prime Minister and oversaw the analytical and policy impact assessment department. He coordinated the government’s legislative agenda, with special focus on economic policy, pension reform, business environment and energy. He co-designed and supervised an overhaul of the government’s impact assessment process.
Adam Jasser was programme director and board member of demosEuropa – Centre for European Strategy in 2009–2010, focusing on European economic and political issues. Before that, he spent almost 20 years at Reuters news agency, in roles stretching from translator and head of economic reporting in Warsaw, to bureau chief in Frankfurt and regional editor for central Europe, Balkans and Turkey.
Adam Jasser graduated from the University of Warsaw with a master’s degree in English philology.
He was appointed by the then Prime Minister Donald Tusk as President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection on 20 March 2014.