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Camilla HOLTSE, Maersk: Antitrust compliance in a global context

Camilla Jain Holtse, head of competition compliance at the world’s largest liner shipping company, discusses the challenges posed by the ever-growing number of competition authorities in a world without universally accepted standards of due process or substantive harmonisation.

Interview conducted by Matthew Levitt, Hogan Lovells, Brussels.

Please describe your career history to date, and your current role and responsibilities within the Transport & Logistics division, Maersk Line. I started working for Maersk Line three years ago as the head of competition compliance globally. Prior to joining Maersk Line, I worked in private practice for over a decade, latest with Gorrissen Federspiel law firm in Copenhagen. My current team includes three FTEs in Maersk Line HQ and a number of regional counsels who assist with competition law-related work. My primary role is overseeing global competition compliance whereby I provide advice to Maersk Line to help navigate the various competition and antitrust laws and implement our competition compliance policies, including tailored compliance audits. In general, our major

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Camilla Jain Holtse, Camilla HOLTSE, Maersk: Antitrust compliance in a global context, February 2017, Concurrences Review N° 1-2017, Art. N° 82679, pp. 10-14

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