Mihails Kozlovs

Mihails Kozlovs, Member of the European Court of Auditors, Dean of Chamber IV – “Regulation of Markets and competitive economy”.

For more than 20 years, M. Kozlovs has dedicated a significant portion of his career to European Union (EU) matters and international relations. He contributed to Latvia’s accession to the EU and the Eurozone. Additionally, he was part of the team that facilitated the success story of Latvia’s presidency of the Council of the EU. His work encompassed various aspects, including economic, financial, and fiscal matters, as well as broader management responsibilities.

Since 2016, M. Kozlovs has been a member of the European Court of Auditors. In parallel of overseeing Chamber IV – “Regulation of Markets and competitive economy” work as dean for the last three years, he also leads audits and reviews on various topical EU issues.

Notable among these topics are screening foreign direct investments in the EU, internal electricity market integration, ethical frameworks in the EU institutions, control of state aid to financial institutions, EU space assets and EU budget. In near future together with the team M. Kozlovs will deliver several new reports, including one that focuses on assessing whether the Commission was effective in creating a European ecosystem for the development of artificial intelligence.

Kozlovs holds a postgraduate university diploma in “Audit of Public Organisations and Policies” from the University of Lorraine, an Executive MBA with distinction from Cass (Bayes) Business School, a both a master’s and a bachelor’s degree in social sciences, awarded by the University of Latvia and Riga Technical University, respectively.

Additional information regarding M. Kozlovs work can be explored through his social media and the official homepage of the ECA:


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