Mohammed Khalil

Oxera (Oxford), Oxera
Economist

Mohammed Khalil is a Senior Consultant at Oxera where he is a member of the State Aid and Corporate Finance teams and specialises in financial analysis, cost of capital and profitability assessments. He has advised clients on a broad range of economic and financial issues in state aid cases relating to assessments of the market economy operator principle (MEOP) and the compatibility of the aid. He is also experienced in commercial litigation cases and regulatory finance. Prior to joining Oxera, he completed an MPhil in Finance and Economics at the University of Cambridge, focusing on corporate finance and international finance. Mohammed has experience in corporate banking, and has previously worked for HSBC as a summer analyst.

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Oxera (Brussels)

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Mohammed Khalil, Nicole Robins The EU Commission publishes its largest-ever negative State aid decision regarding tax arrangements, requiring Ireland to recover €13bn of aid (Apple)

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I. Introduction 1. On 30 August 2016, the European Commission announced its largest-ever negative State aid decision requiring Ireland to recover €13bn of aid (plus interest) from Apple as a result of its tax rulings with Ireland . In the year leading up to this announcement, the Commission (...)

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