Stefano Fratta

Telefonica (Madrid)
Legal Director Big Data & BI

Stefano Fratta is the Big Data & BI Legal Director in Telefonica CCDO, based in Madrid. He currently leads a team of lawyers, engineers and regulatory experts scattered in different locations across the globe. His main responsibility is to address all the legal barriers that stand between the new CCDO products & services of the Telefonica Group and the market. He is in particular responsible for all the legal aspects of the Big Data activities of the Telefonica Group. He is also responsible for all Telco legislation issues, e-health issues and financial services legislation (D2B, Mobile wallets) affecting Telefonica CCDO products. Stefano Fratta has been with the Telefónica group since April 2007. He was educated in Italy, France and the Netherlands and he is admitted to practice in Italy and in the UK (established EU lawyer). Before moving in house, Stefano Fratta was in private practice in Italy and Brussels, advising clients on EU competition law.

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Telefonica (Düsseldorf)
Telefónica UK (O2)

Articles

888 Bulletin

Antonio Capobianco, Stefano Fratta The Italian Competition Authority rules that exchanges of information through a third party between competing insurance companies is anti-competitive regardless of the non-concentrated nature of the market (Iama Consulting)

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In 2004, two cases on exchanges of information between competitors were decided by the Italian competition authority (“AGCM” – the Autorità Garante per la Concorrenza ed il Mercato). This revived a lively debate on the conditions in which these practices should be prohibited and whether they are (...)

Antonio Capobianco, Stefano Fratta The Italian Competition Authority holds that vertical exchange of information between cigarettes manufacturer and its retailers does not infringe competition law though indirectly affects horizontal competition (Philip Morris)

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In 2004, two cases on exchanges of information between competitors were decided by the Italian competition authority (“AGCM” – the Autorità Garante per la Concorrenza ed il Mercato). This revived a lively debate on the conditions in which these practices should be prohibited and whether they are (...)