Hendrik Bourgeois

Cargill (Brussels)
General Counsel Europe

Hendrik Bourgeois is Vice President Corporate Affairs EMEA of Cargill. He was previously General Counsel, Europe at General Electric Company (“GE”). Prior to that, he was serving as Senior Counsel, Competition, Regulation and Government Relations for Europe at GE, and before that he was GE’s European Competition Counsel, serving all GE businesses on a wide variety of competition law matters involving mergers and acquisitions, distribution, R&D activities, and compliance issues. Previously, he was the European General Counsel of one of GE’s business divisions, GE Industrial Systems. Prior to joining GE, Hendrik Bourgeois was a member of the Brussels and New York Bars, and an attorney with Jones Day, based in Washington DC and Brussels, where he practiced mainly US antitrust, and respectively European competition law. He has an LL.M degree from Harvard Law School and obtained his law degree at the Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Belgium. He is a frequent speaker and writer on competition law issues.

Linked authors

White & Case (Brussels)
University College London
RBB Economics (Brussels)
ENSAE Paris-Tech
Jones Day (Washington DC)
Allen & Overy (Paris)
International Airlines Group (IAG)
Pearson (New York)

Articles

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Assimakis Komninos, Florence Ninane, Francesco Rosati, Geoffrey D. Oliver, Hendrik Bourgeois, Ioannis Lianos, James Killick, Johanne Peyre, Niamh McCarthy, Philippe Choné The EU guidance on exclusionary abuses: A step forward or a missed opportunity?

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Quelles sont les conséquences pour les entreprises de la Communication de la Commission concernant l’article 82 du Traité ? Rend-elle l’action de la Commission plus prévisible ? L’utilisation de nombreux critères économiques réduit-elle le risque que les pratiques pro-concurrentielles des entreprises (...)

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