Jacques Moscianese

Intesa Sanpaolo (Milan)
Executive Director - Group Head of Institutional Affairs

Jacques Moscianese is head of the Antitrust Affairs & Strategic Support Department of Intesa Sanpaolo. He is known as one of the most important experts of competition matters at the European level. Jacques is responsible for assuring compliance of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s activities with the applicable antitrust legal framework. In particular he coordinates analysis related to cartels, concentrations, unfair commercial practices and abuse of dominance matters. Thanks to his very strong academic experience, he also takes care of the training activities of the Bank’s personnel and of the diffusion of an antitrust compliance culture within the Group at a global level. Moreover, Jacques is active in advocating the position of Intesa Sanpaolo before Antitrust Authorities, and is an influent member of many working groups within a number of think tanks. He has been appointed Non-Governmental Advisor for the Italian Antitrust Authority. Additionally, Jacques is “Expert-Associé” of the European Center for Law and Economics at Essec Business School Paris, and lecturer of European Union Law at the University of Milan. He has written extensively on competition law and often participates as panelist in conferences and seminars. Jacques earned a degree in law from the University Paris 1 Panthéon - La Sorbonne. He also earned a degree in International Public Law from the University of Siena and a Master Degree in International Private Law from the Catholic University of Milan.

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Fabrizio Di Benedetto, Irene de Angelis, Jacques Moscianese, Stefano Lucchini The EU Court of Justice considers the compatibility of the bail-in provisions in the 2013 banking communication with the principle of proportionality (Kotnik)


Bank rescue in the European Union. From bail-out to bail-in* States have traditionally faced banking crisis through the so-called bail-out tool: public resources have been used for a long time in order to rescue banks, putting the burden on public finance, thus on taxpayers. Actually, this is (...)

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