Laura Seritti

Snap Inc. (Paris)
Head of Public Policy

Laura Seritti is currently Head of Public Policy at Snap Incfor. Prior she was a Case Handler the European Commission (DG COMP). She has experience public policy professional with a demonstrated history in EU regulatory, public policy, and legislative matters. Laura has worked in competition law enforcement, consulting and research, and the tech sector. Her main interest areas include EU Competition law, Digital Policy, Tech regulation, and Innovation. Economist (Master’s Degree, Bocconi) and EU Law specialist (LLM, ULB) with a background in Economic Regulation and Competition Policy (MA, College of Europe).


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Jullien Sylvestre, Laura Seritti The EU Commission approves the acquisition of a leading global R&D crop protection company by a leading global generic crop protection company, subject to remedies (ChemChina / Syngenta)


ChemChina/Syngenta: when growth is no longer organic* In a nutshell: This case concerned the acquisition of Syngenta by ChemChina, which already controlled Adama, the largest supplier of generic crop protection products. Adama is the largest generic company in this industry worldwide and in (...)

Daniel Coublucq, João Vareda, Laura Seritti The EU Commission clears a global energy leader’s biggest industrial acquisition of the third-largest competitor, subject to divesting part of the gas business to the fifth largest competitor, and other remedies (General Electric / Alstom)


General Electric / Alstom: our heavy duty* In a nutshell: The GE/Alstom merger raised concerns in relation to the supply of Heavy Duty Gas Turbines, which are expected to play an important role in the coming decades in the European energy mix. The case is interesting amongst other factors (...)

Arthur Stril, Geneviève Lallemand-Kirche, Laura Seritti, Luca Di Martile The EU Commission approves the acquisition of several chemical businesses, subject to conditions (Huntsman / Rockwood)


"The "White Powder" Case: Balancing the Evidence"* The Huntsman- Rockwood TiO2 merger provides lessons for future chemical cases on the following topics: 1) The use of market features and price correlation to define relevant market. 2) Competition by Chinese products in the European (...)

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