European Commission - DG COMP (Brussels)

Simon Genevaz

European Commission - DG COMP (Brussels)
Deputy Head of Unit

Simon Genevaz is Deputy Head of Mergers Case Support & Policy Unit at DG COMP. Before joining the European Commission, Mr. Genevaz was Head of Mergers Unit with the French Competition Authority. Prior to this, his experience includes a secondment to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission as an International Fellow, serving as a Case Handler with the French Competition Authority and working as an attorney in private practice. He holds an LL.M. from Harvard Law School (2003) and a Law Degree from the University Rennes I (2001). He is also a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan and was admitted to the Agrégation in Economics and Management in 2002.

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Andreas Bardong, Céline Gauer, David Bosco, Etienne Pfister, Katrin Schallenberg, Oliver Bretz, Simon Genevaz, Tad Lipsky Market tests in antitrust and merger control proceedings


Nowadays, commitments decisions of the competition authorities are, most of the time, preceded by a consultation of third parties. These "market tests" have become a central step of the antitrust procedure and merger control. The authors of this Tendances present their experience in using this (...)

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The law establishing a New Organisation for the Electricty Market provides for a temporary regulation which aims at removing the obstacles to the development of competition on the French electricity market. Its purpose is in particular to solve the margin squeeze resulting from the difference (...)

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