Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi

Banca d’Italia (Italian Central Bank)
Legal Counsel

Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi is legal counsel at Banca d’Italia (Italian Central Bank) since February 2012. Previously, Mr. Busdraghi worked at Legance Studio Legale Associato in the Rome office where. Mr. Busdraghi graduated maxima cum laude at the “Roma Tre” University in Rome in 2005. He also holds an LLM in EC Law at the College of Europe - Bruges (2008) and a post-graduate degree in Constitutional, parliamentary and administrative law at the University of Florence (2007). He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the “Roma Tre” University, where he is carrying out a research on competition in network industries. He has authored a number of papers on EC Law. Before joining Legance, Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi was a trainee at the Italian competition authority and worked for two years at the body of Attorneys defending the Italian Government (Avvocatura Generale dello Stato). His native languages are Italian and French, he is fluent in English and has good knowledge of German.

Linked authors

Ashurst (Brussels)
Legance - Studio Legale Associato (Rome)

Articles

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Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi, Denis Fosselard, Vito Auricchio The Italian Competition Authority opens an investigations for violation of Art. 82 EC in the plasterboard market (Saint-Gobain)

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Background On 5 March 2009, the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, “AGCM”) launched an investigation for possible violation of Article 82 EC and Article 3 of Law 10 October 1990 n° 287 (corresponding to Article 82 EC) by Saint-Gobain Ppc Italia S.p.A. (...)

Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi, Denis Fosselard, Vito Auricchio The Italian Competition Authority closes the investigations for violations of Art. 81 and 82 EC in the equestrian sports market following commitments proposed by a sport federation (Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri)

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Background On 15 May 2008, the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato) closed the investigation launched in July 2007 for possible violations of Article 81 and/or 82 EC by the Italian Equestrian Sports Federation (Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri) (...)

Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi, Denis Fosselard, Vito Auricchio The Italian Competition Authority finds that the circular of the Italian Bank Association, interpreting rules on unilateral unfavourable changes of banking contractual conditions, violates Art. 81 EC (Associazione Bancaria Italiana)

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Background ABI is a non-profit association to which nearly all Italian banks belong. In August 2006, the Italian Banking Law (Legislative Decree n° 385/1993) was amended by Law n° 248/2006. Art. 10 of Law n° 248/2006, which lays down provisions that banks have to respect when changing (...)

Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi, Denis Fosselard, Vito Auricchio The Italian Competition Authority finds that the circular of a bank association, interpreting rules on unilateral unfavourable changes of banking contractual conditions, violates Art. 81 EC (Associazione Bancaria Italiana)

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Background ABI is a non-profit association to which nearly all Italian banks belong. In August 2006, the Italian Banking Law (Legislative Decree n° 385/1993) was amended by Law n° 248/2006. Art. 10 of Law n° 248/2006, which lays down provisions that banks have to respect when changing (...)

Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi, Denis Fosselard, Vito Auricchio The Italian Competition Authority clears in phase II the merger between the two main baby milk producers subject to remedies, including wholesale prices reduction (Koninklijke Numico / Mellin)

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Background By decision of 15 June 2005, the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità garante della concorrenza e del mercato) cleared the acquisition by Koninklijke Numico N.V. (Numico) of Mellin S.p.A. (Mellin). The concentration affected the baby milk sector which the Authority’s investigations (...)

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