Adinda Sinnaeve

DG COMP (Brussels)
Deputy Head

Adinda Sinnaeve is currently working in the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission. She holds a law degree from the University of Ghent (Belgium), an LL.M degree and a PhD degree from the University of Tübingen (Germany). Her PhD thesis dealt with conflicts between EC law and national law arising from the recovery of unlawful state aid. Since March 2009 she is Deputy Head of the State Aid Policy unit in DG Competition. She dealt in particular with the State aid rules for Services of General Economic Interest, the de minimis Regulation, and the General Block Exemption Regulation. Adinda Sinnaeve is the author of many articles on EU State aid control (see e.g. the chapter on State aid procedures in: Heidenhain, European State Aid Law – Handbook, 2010). She is also a member of the Editorial Board of “European State Aid Law Quarterly”.

Linked authors

DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)

Articles

867 Bulletin

Adinda Sinnaeve, Joachim Wiemann, Madalina Radulescu, Nicolas Pesaresi, Valérie Guigue-Koeppen The European Commission adopts a communication on the application of the EU State aid rules to compensation granted for the provision of services of general economic interest (SGEI)

283

"The SGEI Communication"* 1. Introduction: The Communication and its role in the new SGEI package This article is the second in a series explaining the rationale behind the new SGEI package, highlighting the most important features and novelties and introducing the new texts. The (...)

Adinda Sinnaeve, Joachim Wiemann, Madalina Radulescu, Nicolas Pesaresi, Valérie Guigue-Koeppen The European Commission adopts new State aid rules for services of general economic interest (SGEI)

149

"The New State Aid Rules for Services of General Economic Interest (SGEI): the Commission Decision and Framework of 20 December 2011"* 1. Introduction: the 2011 package On 20 December 2011, the European Commission adopted a new package of State aid rules for services of general economic (...)

Adinda Sinnaeve, Joachim Wiemann, Madalina Radulescu, Nicolas Pesaresi, Valérie Guigue-Koeppen The European Commission adopts a new package of State aid rules for services of general economic interest (SGEI)

195

"The New State Aid Rules for Services of General Economic Interest (SGEI)"* On 20 December 2011, following extensive public consultations, the European Commission adopted a new package of State aid rules for services of general economic interest (SGEI). This article offers an overview of the (...)

Send a message