Thomas Piquereau

French Competition Authority (Paris)
Rapporteur Général Adjoint

He is Assistant General Rapporteur of the Competition Authority. He will lead the unit "regulated professions" created following the tasks entrusted to the Authority on this subject by the Loi Macron of 6 August 2015. Thomas Piquereau worked at the Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control (DGCCRF) in Paris, as Deputy head of the Merger Task Force. He graduated from the "Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique" (ENSAE) and from the Paris Dauphine University (Industrial Organisation).

Linked authors

DGCCRF (Paris)
ARCEP (Paris)
French Competition Authority (Paris)
DGCCRF (Paris)
Dechert (Paris)

Articles

8152 Bulletin

Francis Amand, Thomas Piquereau The New French Merger Guidelines 2007

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Central Office for Competition, Consumption and Fraud Repression, May 2nd, 2007, Guidelines on concentrations control, Procedure and Analysis Direction générale de la concurrence, de la consommation et de la répression des fraudes (DGCCRF), 2 mai 2007, Lignes directrices relatives au contrôle des (...)

Catherine Boussac, Jennifer Siroteau, Jérôme Vidal, Thomas Piquereau The French Minister of the Economy clarifies his position on the risk of coordination by parent companies while clearing his first transaction in the banking sector (NatIxis)

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Summary The NatIxis case was the first decision by the French Minister of the Economy on an important merger in the banking sector, which was recently included in his area of responsibility. Examination of the proposed merger provided the occasion to apply a national approach to the banking (...)

13454 Review

Francis Amand, Thomas Piquereau Monitoring merger remedies decisions in France

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Within the merger control framework, the monitoring of the commitments adopted by merging companies is an issue of increasing interest to competition experts. The organization of a round table on this specific question by the Concurrences review in June 2007 is revealing of this concern in (...)

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