Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir

PwC (Reykjavik)
Lawyer

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir is a Lawyer at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Iceland. Bryndís graduated with a BA degree in Law from Reykjavik University in 2006 and a Masters degree in Law from Reykjavik University in 2008. Bryndís did an internship with Stanzler, Funderburk & Castellon LLP in Los Angeles in 2004 and an internship with Reykjaness District Court in 2006. Bryndís worked for the Icelandic Directorate of Immigration for three years before she joined PwC in November 2007. Her expertise lies mostly in tax and immigration law.

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Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority cleared a joint venture in the credit card sector subject to remedies, including conditions on board membership and the exchange of information (Kaupthing/Einkaklubburinn-Ekort)

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The operation On 24 September 2007, Kaupthing bank notified the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) of its proposed acquisition from SPRON bank of 49% of the share capital of Einkaklubburinn ehf (now Ekort). The agreement between SPRON and Kaupthing was structured to lead to Kaupthing (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority cleared a merger in the agricultural products market, subject to remedies, mostly concerning restrictions on marketing and sales activities (Fodurblandan/KHB-Midbae)

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The operation On 23 May 2007, Fodurblandan (FB) notified the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) that FB had acquired the goodwill, product stock and liquid assets of KHB-Midbae (KHB).FB is a company that manufactures and sells various agriculture products. KHB sells only animal feeds. On 22 (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority clears a joint venture in the retail electricity market subject to remedies, including the divestiture of a strategic stake (Landsvirkjun / Orkusalan)

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The operation On 22 August 2006 the ICA was notified that Orkusalan had been founded by RARIK (36%), Orkubú Vestfjarda (OV) (36%) and Landsvirkjun (28%). The purpose of the new company was to buy, sell and produce electricity and manage real estate and connected businesses. (para. 2) (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority cleares a merger in the agricultural products market subject to remedies, mostly concerning restrictions on marketing and sales activities (Fodurblandan/KS/ÁBV/BS)

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The operation In August 2005 the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) was informed that a group of investors had acquired all the shares in Fodurblandan (FB) and that shortly afterwards there had been a merger between FB and three other companies active in agricultural markets (KS, ÁBV and (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority clears a merger in the retail market for books and stationery items subject to restrictions on marketing and sales (DM/Dreifingarmidstodin)

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The operation On 27 April 2006, Penninn hf. notified the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) that it had acquired two bookstores, Bokaverslun Jonasar Tomassonar (BJT) and Bokaverslun Andres Nielsson (BAN). In its review the ICA noticed that in 2005 DM had bought Dreifingarmidstodin. DM and (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority cleared a merger in the security market subject to remedies to prohibit the bundling and tying of the two companies’ products and services (Dagsbrun/Securitas)

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The operation On 27 March 2006 the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) was notified that Dagsbrun had purchased all the shares in Securitas.Dagsbrun is a large diversified group of companies, with activities in the media and telecommunications sectors. Turnover in 2006 was approximately 15 (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority clears a merger in the television industry, subject to remedies, including restrictions on board membership (Saga/Storm)

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The operation On 26 October 2005 the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) was notified that Saga film hf (Saga) had acquired all the shares of Storm ehf (Storm). Saga produces TV shows, films and advertisements and is a subsidiary of 365 ljosvakamidlar ehf (365). 365 runs both free and (...)

Bryndís Gunnlaugsdóttir The Icelandic Competition Authority cleared a merger in the television industry subject to remedies, including restrictions on board membership and also on combined selling and measures which could reduce third-party access (365/Saga)

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The operation On 29 July 2005 the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) was notified that 365 ljosvakamidlar ehf (365) had acquired all the shares of Saga film hf (Saga).365 is a company that runs both free and subscription television channels and radio channels. Saga film is a company that (...)

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