Erdem & Erdem (Istanbul)

Ecem Süsoy Uygun

Erdem & Erdem (Istanbul)
Lawyer (Associate)

Ecem Susoy Uygun is a Senior Associate in Corporate Affairs Department of Erdem & Erdem. Her practice especially focuses on M&A transactions, general corporate advice as well as competition and data protection law matters. She participated in several M&A transactions in a wide range of geography including Turkey, Europe and South America. She advises domestic and international clients on cross-border transactions, antitrust and trade regulation matters in various industries. She assists clients with regard to merger control and exemption "lings made before the Turkish Competition Authority and she further represents clients in all phases of the competition law investigations before the Competition Authority. Also, she helps companies to comply with data protection compliance programs. She advises companies operating in the energy markets for their regulatory requirements, assists them in reviews of contracts and complying with competition law requirements. She is also listed as an arbitrator in the arbitrator list of Energy Disputes Arbitration Center. She provides assistance on the daily corporate needs of companies including but not limited to holding general assemblies, preparation of board of directors’ resolutions, share transfers, restructuring, and establishment of foundations. She further advises entrepreneurs and startup companies at every stage of their activities Ecem completed her LL.M. degree in Freie Universitaet Berlin and received a law degree from Bilkent University. During her studies, she took legal courses at Cambridge University.

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Ecem Süsoy Uygun The Turkish Competition Authority fines banks and financial institutions for not providing information and documents in a preliminary investigation (JPMorgan / ING / Citibank / Goldman Sachs / Türkiye Garanti Bankası)


Introduction In the recently published decisions of the Competition Board ("Board"), it is observed that undertakings were fined due to the fact that requested information and documents were not provided at all, or were provided incompletely. The most interesting of these decisions is the (...)

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