Adam Jasser was president of the Polish competition and consumer protection authority, the UOKIK, from March 2014 until May 2016. He served as Secretary of State in the Chancellery of Prime Minister Donald Tusk from March 2010 to March 2014. He was on the PM’s Economic Council and oversaw the Chancellery's economic analysis department.

He coordinated the government’s policy agenda, with special focus on economic policy, pension reform, business environment and energy. He was responsible for the Chancellery’s relations with business leaders and international financial institutions such as the IMF, World Bank or the OECD.

Currently Adam is consultant at the World Bank’s Trade and Competition department, advisory board member at the Centre for Anti-Monopoly and Regulatory Studies (CARS) in Warsaw and head of executive education at Vistula University.

Before joining government, Adam was Programme Director at demosEuropa – Centre for European Strategy. Earlier he spent almost 20 years at Reuters news agency, in roles stretching from head of economic reporting in Poland, to bureau chief in Frankfurt and editor for central Europe, Balkans and Turkey.