Clémentine Martini

Ogilvy PR (Brussels)
Project manager

Clémentine Martini graduated with honors in European and International law from Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III, France and she holds a Specialized Master in International Management from HEC Business School in Paris, France. She started her career as legal advisor at the French Competition Authority (former Conseil de la Concurrence), followed by an internship at Jeantet Associés, Competition Law Department, mainly focusing on antitrust issues in a wide variety of sectors (pharmaceuticals, public tenders, media, luxury goods). She continued her career in Brussels at the European Commission, Directorate General for Competition, Mergers, Energy sector. She moved to the public affairs angle of competition cases, working for APCO Worldwide for 3 years as an associate. She is now Project Manager at Ogilvy PR in Brussels, working on pan-European communication and PR campaigns. Her experience ranges from coalition building to advocacy campaign, crisis management, media relations and corporate positioning. She speaks French (native), English and Italian, with basic knowledge of Portuguese.


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Alessandro Paolicchi, Augustijn Van Haasteren, Clémentine Martini, Geerts Wils, Giuseppe Conte, Kirsten Bachour, Peter Eberl, Philippe Redondo The EU Commission approves a merger between two undertakings operating in the gas sector, electricity generation and retail, and in energy services keeping energy markets in Belgium and France open and contestable through far-reaching remedies (Gaz de France / Suez Group)


"Gaz de France/Suez: Keeping energy markets in Belgium and France open and contestable through far-reaching remedies"* I. Introduction Following an in-depth investigation, the Commission approved under the EU Merger Regulation the merger between Gaz de France (‘GDF‘) and the Suez Group on 14 (...)

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