DG COMP (Brussels)

Caroline Boeshertz

DG COMP (Brussels)
Case Officer

Caroline Boeshertz joined the European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition in 2001 where she has been involved as a case handler in a number of high-profile cases in the field of merger control. In 2008, she moved to the unit responsible for providing support to, and ensuring consistency of all cases dealt with by the operational units in the Mergers and Antitrust fields. In 2011, Caroline Boeshertz joined the European Commission’s Directorate General for Trade. She holds a Master in Finance.

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Articles

1415 Bulletin

Caroline Boeshertz, Pierre Lahbabi, Sophie Moonen The EU Commission conditionally clears a merger in the mining industries breaking new ground in the Commission’s practice with regard to efficiencies and remedies in merger cases (Inco / Falconbridge)

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Inco/Falconbridge: A nickel mine of applications in efficiencies and remedies* 1. Introduction Following an in-depth investigation, on 4 July 2006, the Commission approved the acquisition by Inco Limited (“Inco”) of Falconbridge Limited (“Falconbridge”), subject to conditions and obligations. (...)

Caroline Boeshertz, Gwenaëlle Nouët, Laurent Petit, Thibaut Kleiner, Ulrich von Koppenfels, Valérie Rabassa The EU Commission conditionally clears a merger in the publishing sector (Lagardère / Natexis / VUP)

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"Lagardère/Natexis/VUP: big deal in a small world"* The COMP/M.2978 Lagardère/Natexis/VUP case concerned the proposed acquisition of Editis (formerly called Vivendi Universal Publishing or VUP) by the Lagardère conglomerate. Before the transaction, Editis was the leader in the publishing, (...)

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