This paper presents a proposal for dynamic spectrum management concept from a pan-European research operator perspective. Dynamic spectrum management is one of the key enablers for the 5G and beyond communications systems. Regulatory concepts for sharing the spectrum have been developed, and they have been adopted for implementation in the standardization. The prevailing methods are currently Licensed Shared Access (LSA) in the European Union (EU) and Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) in the United States (US). In the EU, however, the final decisions of the spectrum usage are done by the national regulatory authorities, and therefore it is seen that harmonized spectrum usage is not going to happen at European level in the near future. In this paper, we describe the approach taken in EuWireless to gain access to the spectrum resources dynamically for the research use. In the proposal, the information about the spectrum resources across the Europe are stored the central Spectrum Repository (SR). The local instances of EuW Spectrum Manager (SM), operating under the licences and regulations in different areas, handle the communication with the MNOs via standardized procedures such as LSA or CBRS.