Willem Marx is a London-based reporter for CNBC, covering geopolitical and company news across Europe. A dual national with UK and Netherlands citizenship, he speaks French and Italian and has reported from more than 50 countries.
Willem spends much of his time on the road reporting from major European cities and beyond, speaking to business and political leaders about Brexit and its implications, US-Europe relations, and international security.
Willem joined CNBC in 2017, after working previously for Sky News and the BBC in London, Bloomberg TV in New York, and CBS News in Kabul. He studied Classics as an Oxford undergraduate, before completing an MA in Journalism at NYU.
Follow Willem on Twitter @willemmarx.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports the details of the United Kingdom's latest deal with the European Union for Brexit.
The U.K.'s departure does not just threaten Ireland's tens of billions of dollars in goods, services and FDI exchanged with its largest trading partner.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from the Irish border on how potential change due to Brexit could impact farming in the region.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports on the impact of Brexit on Ireland's dairy industry, with comments from Gabriel D'Arcy, LacPatrick CEO.
CNBC's Willem Marx breaks down claims that the United Arab Emirates is attempting to influence Qatar's economy.
Al-Emadi told CNBC on Wednesday that the alleged push to destabilize Qatar's economy is "against international laws."
Marc Allen told CNBC that Saudi Arabia was a "very important market" for the airline manufacturer.
Defense company Raytheon is seeing a growth market in missile defense systems in Europe and the Middle East due to increased "threat dynamics," the company's international chief executive told CNBC.
Emirates has not ruled out buying more Airbus A380s in future but the aircraft maker would have to guarantee it could keep its production line going, Emirates' chief executive told CNBC Monday.
Fred Cromer says the Airbus deal will see the C-Series jet dominate a growing segment of the market.