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.
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We should not be surprised if top U.S. officials seek to reopen discussions about specific European export products.
Italy's parliament is convening for a vote on Friday that could pave the way for negotiations between rival parties to form a coalition government.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen wants the EU and the U.S. to issue fresh sanctions targeted directly at Vladimir Putin’s inner circle.
The European Union (EU) has been "very unbalanced and very irresponsible" in its handling of the continent's migration crisis, Hungary's foreign minister told CNBC on Monday.
The European Union should unite in response to any U.S. tariffs on its steel and aluminium exports — and it could retaliate alongside other nations from outside Europe, the French economy and finance minister told CNBC.
Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum could cause major disruption for companies in Europe, a business lobbyist told CNBC.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports the European Union trade chief is warning the E.U. will react in a proportionate way if the U.S. imposes tariffs.
Italy's election result showed a seismic shift in the country's political scene that could affect the country's ties to Europe.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports on Italy's nationwide election and whether the anti-establishment parties are set for a big win.