ACTECON (Istanbul)

Deniz Kıvanç

ACTECON (Istanbul)
Mid-level Associate

Deniz KIVANÇ, has been providing competition law advice across many sectors since her graduation. Deniz has extensive knowledge of and experience on all aspects of competition law, antitrust, and public policy. Prior to joining ACTECON, Ms. KIVANÇ worked as an associate for a respected law firm located in Istanbul. Throughout her career she conducted many investigations including mergers, infringement, individual exemption, and negative clearance cases. During her career, Ms. KIVANÇ participated in many investigations (including commitment and settlement processes) conducted by the Turkish Competition Authority and merger control proceedings in a wide range of areas that are mainly in FMCG, e-commerce, agriculture, pharmaceutical, energy, ticketing, optic, fertilizer, finance sectors and took an active role in compliance programs carried out in many companies – including multinational companies – operating in various sectors. Ms. KIVANÇ graduated with honors degree from Istanbul Bilgi University in Law (major) and Economics (minor). She participates as a professional to several seminars about competition law in different universities. Ms. KIVANÇ currently provides advisory services to clients regarding day-to-day competition and compliance related matters, and all steps of proceedings before Turkish Competition Authority. She also assists clients in preparing competition compliance programs and provides services in all aspects of competition law in various sectors. Ms. KIVANÇ speaks English fluently.

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Ertuğrul Can Canbolat, Muhammed Safa Uygur, Deniz Kıvanç, Zeynep Tuna Akbas The Turkish Competition Authority publishes pioneer decisions on simultaneous implementation of leniency and settlement procedures (Beypazarı) (Kınık)

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Following the introduction of the settlement procedure, the number of undertakings applying for settlement has been increasing consistently. In this respect, the Turkish Competition Authority’s (“TCA”) evaluations regarding the implementation of the settlement procedure have become an object of (...)

Ertuğrul Can Canbolat, Deniz Kıvanç, Muhammed Safa Uygur, Sila Coskunoglu The Turkish Competition Authority announces the initiation of two full-fledged investigations concerning the pricing policies of private schools in Ankara

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On 12 January 2023, the Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) announced the initiation of two full-fledged investigations concerning the practices of certain private schools. Those investigations reveal that the TCA has been closely monitoring the news on the private schools’ pricing policies (...)

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