OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

Federica Maiorano

OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

Federica Maiorano is a Senior Competition Expert at OECD, Competition Division, since January 2013. Previously, Federica Maiorano worked in the economic advisory team of Ernst & Young, which she joined in 2008, and is a member of the Centre for Competition and Regulatory Policy of City University (London). She has about ten years of consulting experience, gained in advisory roles both in the UK and internationally. She has been involved in a variety of assignments for private and public sector clients on competition and regulatory matters, including disputes, price regulation, sector reform, auctions and spectrum management. Her academic interests include empirical studies on productivity, technical change and relative efficiency. Prior to joining her current employer, Federica worked for an economic consultancy in London and for a European telecommunications operator.

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2088 Bulletin

Federica Maiorano The Hellenic Competition Commission dismisses a complaint by a local distributor against a producer of office equipment for violating article 101 of the TFEU (Dakos v. Brother International)


On 31 January 2011 the Hellenic Competition Commission (“HCC”) issued a decision on a complaint against Brother International Europe Ltd. (“Brother”), a producer of office equipment, raised by Dakos A.E. (“Dakos”), a local company distributing Brother‘s products in the Greek market. According to the (...)

Federica Maiorano The Greek Competition Authority implements a decision of the Athens Court of Appeal that fines should be calculated separately for infringements of Article 101 and 102 of the TFEU (Nestlé)


On 14 December 2010 the Hellenic Competition Commission (“HCC”) published a decision providing details on a fine imposed on NestléGreece (“Nestlé”), clarifying that about €22 million were due for abuse of dominant position and about €7.5 million were due for agreements restricting competition. 1. (...)

Federica Maiorano The Hellenic Competition Authority concludes that a joint purchase agreement between refineries does not restrict competition (Hellenic Petroleum and Motor Oil Hellas)


On 23 March 2010, the Hellenic Competition Commission («HCC») concluded an own-initiative investigation with a ruling that the joint purchase agreement between Hellenic Petroleum («ELPE») and Motor Oil Hellas in relation to the operation of a pipeline to the Athens International Airport does not (...)

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