Anne Krenzer

French Competition Authority (Paris)
ECN Coordinator

Anne Krenzer is the Leniency Officer of the French competition authority. With a law degree from University Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne, she joint the Unit of European affairs of the former Conseil de la concurrence in 2005. She then integrated the legal service of the Autorité de la concurrence, first as coordinator of the European Competition Network, then as Principal legal adviser. Since September 2011, she is the direct adviser of the Head of investigations. She has been closely following the fight against cartels and the cooperation within the European Competition Network since her arrival at the French competition authority.

Linked authors

French Ministry of the Economy (Paris)
University Aix-Marseille
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Paris)
Netherlands Authority for Consumers & Markets (The Hague)


11020 Review

Anne Krenzer New EC fines guidelines: Overview of the first cases (2006-2008)


The guidelines on the calculation of fines adopted by the European Commission in 2006 have been put into practice for the first time in five cases on hardcore cartels. By drawing a first assessment, one may notice that, whereas under the former guidelines of 1998, it was the size of the (...)

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