David Revelin

French Ministry of Economy and Finance (Paris)
Head of unit, Insurance Supervision

David Revelin graduated from Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE) in economics, and from Sciences-Po Paris in business law. He currently works for the French ministry of Economy and Finance.

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French Ministry of Economy and Finance (Paris)
French Ministry of Economy and Finance (Paris)
French Ministry of Economy and Finance (Paris)
French Ministry of Economy and Finance (Paris)


17712 Bulletin

David Revelin The Belgian Competition Authority accepts commitments and closes proceedings for abusive dominant position on electronic payment services and debit card terminals markets (Banksys)


Background Following an investigation initiated by the Belgian Ministry of Economy in 2000 and two complaints lodged by small businesses associations in 2002, an enquiry was launched on 29 June 2004 by the Belgian Competition Council (Conseil de la concurrence) about alleged anticompetitive (...)

David Revelin The UK Ofcom concludes that British Telecom has not infringed Art. 82 EC and its national equivalent in relation to the pricing of its digital cordless fixed-line telephones (BT Cordless)


Background On 29 March 2005, the UK telecommunications regulator, OFCOM, received a complaint from two competitors of BT Group plc (“BT”) on the market for the wholesale supply of consumer fixed-line telephone equipment in the UK. The complaint alleged that BT was dominant in the supply of (...)

David Revelin The UK OFT considers that a pooling agreement between British insurers set up to provide reinsurance against acts of terrorism was contrary to national competition provisions but met the criteria for individual exemption (Pool Re)


Background On 7 March 2003, Pool Re, a company set up in 1993 by British insurers to act as a reinsurer in respect of terrorism cover, requested from the Office of Fair Trading (“OFT”) a decision that the arrangements governing its operations were not contrary to UK antitrust rules - especially (...)

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