Andrea Redondo

DG COMP (Brussels)

Andrea Redondo is Case-handler at DG Competition, Antitrust in Energy and Environment. She holds a Double-Honours Law Degree in French and Spanish laws from Université Panthéon-Sorbonne and from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Special Law Prize) and an LL.M in European Law and Economic Analysis from the College of Europe (Law Department Prize and Rafael Sanz Prize). She also holds a BSc in Economics and Finance from London School of Economics. She was a Legal Officer at the European Stability Mechanism. Previously, Andrea was an associate in the Brussels office of White & Case LLP and, prior to that, she interned at the Cabinet of Vice-President Almunia, Commissioner in charge of Competition. Andrea’s fields of interest include EU Law, Competition Law and Policy, as well as Economics and Finance.


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Andrea Redondo The Spanish Competition Authority fines airport incumbent and eleven car rental companies over €3.1 M for exchanging sensitive commercial information (Servicios comerciales AENA)


On 2 January 2014 the recently created National Markets and Competition Commission (“CNMC”) imposed a fine of over €3.1 million on AENA, AENA Aeropuertos and eleven car rental companies for colluding over certain car rental contractual conditions as well as exchanging sensitive commercial (...)

Andrea Redondo The Spanish Competition Commission fines the engineering sectorial and professional associations for issuing price recommendations (TECNIBERIA and CICCP)


On 4 June 2013 the Spanish Competition Commission (“CNC”) adopted a resolution imposing a fine of €400,000 on the Spanish Association of Engineering, Consulting and Technology Firms (Asociación Española de Empresas de Ingeniería, Consultoría y Servicios Tecnológicos, hereafter “TECNIBERIA”) and on the (...)

Andrea Redondo The Spanish Competition Commission renders legally binding commitments offered by a professional association in the market for expert reporting in occupational hazards (UICM)


On 19 February 2013 the Spanish Competition Commission (“CNC”) adopted a resolution rendering legally binding the commitments offered by the Inter-Professional Union of the Community of Madrid (“UICM”) in order to alleviate the anti-competitive allegations raised against it. The CNC initiated its (...)

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