Margot Aelen

De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)
Supervisor Specialist

Margot Aelen is currently Supervisor specialist working at De Nederlandsche Bank / Dutch Central Bank. Prior to that, she was a PhD Candidate at the Europe Institute of Utrecht University, the Netherlands. She started her PhD in 2010. Her research focuses on principles of good market supervision and supervisory authorities. Margot completed a master in Law and Economics at Utrecht University and a master in European Law at Paris-2 Panthéon-Assas. After she graduated and before starting the PhD she worked as junior lecturer at the Europe Institute of Utrecht University. During her studies Margot completed an internship at the law firm NautaDutilh and at the Netherlands Competition Authority. She also was chief editor of Merkourios, Urios Journal of International and European Law.

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Smeets Van Empel advocaten (Amsterdam)

Articles

2607 Bulletin

Loes Brekhof, Margot Aelen The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal annuls decision of Competition Authority on abuse of dominance regarding rebates (CRV Holding)

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I. Facts and procedure Reversing the judgment of the District Court Rotterdam (“District Court”), the Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (“Tribunal”) has annulled the fine imposed by the Dutch Competition Authority (“NMa”) on CRV Holding B.V. (“CRV”) for abuse of a dominant position. By (...)

Loes Brekhof, Margot Aelen The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal holds that separation of functions must be applied to all levels within administrative authority (Fortis)

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A. Facts and procedure On 9 February 2006 the Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (‘Tribunal’) gave a judgment on appeal against a ruling of the District Court of Rotterdam (“District Court”). The case concerns the administrative decision of 5 September 2001 by which the Netherlands (...)

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