Stéphanie Yon-Courtin is a Member of the European Parliament (Renew Group), Renew coordinator for the Economic and Monetary Affairs committee (ECON) and substitute member of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO), on the Fisheries, (PECH) and of the sub-committee on taxation (FISC). She is also Chair of the delegation for relations with Canada (D-CA).
Her work in the European Parliament focuses on competition (DMA, foreign subsidies, annual competition reports); insurance regulation (Solvency II, IRRD); achievement of the Capital Markets Union; cryptocurrencies (DORA, MiCA) as well as financial services and consumer protection (consumer credits, distance financial services marketing).
She was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2004, specialising in competition law, and worked in international law firms. She also worked as a legal expert in the European Commission. Prior to her election as MEP, Stéphanie worked as an advisor on international affairs in the office of Bruno Lasserre, former President of the French Competition Authority.
Stéphanie is also Regional Councillor of Normandy since 2021.
Stéphanie holds a Master's degree in law from the Universities of Caen and Bristol, and a Master's degree in European Business Law from the Institute of European Studies. She is 47 years old, married and mother of two children.