Crédit Agricole (Paris)

Sandrine Behague

Crédit Agricole (Paris)
In-House Counsel

Sandrine Behague graduated from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Lille. She spent one year in England as a student at University College London. She then obtained a Master in European Law from the Université Lyon 3 Jean Moulin and a Master in European Business Law from the Université Paris 5 René Descartes. She worked as a trainee for one of the French Competition Authority (DGCCRF) and was also an intern at the DG Competition of the European Commission. She is fluent in English, French and Italian and she has a good knowledge of Spanish. Now in-house counsel at Crédit Agricole, Direction des Affaires Juridiques - Veille Juridique et Réglementaire.

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2187 Bulletin

Sandrine Behague The French Competition Authority fines €6.9 million a football association and rights for sports management agency for anticompetitive agreements on the market for audiovisual rights (FFF / Sportfive)


Following its 2001 and 2004 decisions to investigate competition in the field of management of professional football rights, the Autorité de la concurrence imposed a fine of 6.9 million € on the Fédération Française du football (FFF), the French football association, and Sportfive for their (...)

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