Few people will have heard of AMISA2. And if you have, it's probably only because you're part of it.
The shadowy and little-known Brussels organisation doesn’t even have a website, yet it boasts the likes of Airbus, Google and Michelin as members. Most corporations paying annual fees don’t declare they take part in the monthly “breakfast debates” that AMISA2 organises.
For 20 years the organisation has led a quiet existence, offering its select group of 18 corporate members direct access to EU decision-makers.
Among them are oil giants ExxonMobil, BP, and Total according to a June 2016 members list provided to DeSmog UK by AMISA2 president Georg Brodach.