DGCCRF (Paris)

Bertrand Jéhanno

DGCCRF (Paris)
Head of the Competition Policy Office

Bertrand Jéhanno is Head of the Competition Policy Office at the General Directorate for competition policy, consumer affairs and fraud control (DGCCRF). Previously, Bertrand Jéhanno served as diplomatic advisor and aeronautical advisor for the minister for transport, after having worked for aeronautical services at the General Directorate for civil aviation (DGAC).Before, he was Head of Unit MICA (Internal Market, Competition, State Aids) at the General Secretariat for European Affairs SGAE – Prime Minister Services in 2011. In this position, he was responsible for the coordination of the French ministries on items relating to the free movement of services and goods, consumer affairs, competition, State aids and weapons. Before, he was Head of Unit at the Direction Départementale de la Protection des Populations des Bouches-du-Rhône dealing with consumer and competition matters in real estate, banking, transport, electronic communication services, tourism, public procurement. From 2004 to 2008 Mr. Jéhanno joined the Directorate for Information, Communication and Media at DG Competition as Case handler dealing with merger control and as Head of inspection team, after he had been Case handler at the French Competition, Consumer affairs and Fraud Control DGCCRF, Merger and State aid office. From 1997 to 2001 Bertrand Jéhanno worked at the National Directorate for Competition Investigation as Case handler.

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2180 Bulletin

Bertrand Jéhanno, Carl-Christian Buhr, Julia Brockhoff, Penelope Papandropoulos, Peter Eberl, Vera Pozzato The EU Commission clears a merger in the online advertising market applying for the first time the non-horizontal merger guidelines (Google / DoubleClick)


"Google/DoubleClick : The first test for the Commission’s nonhorizontal merger guidelines"* I. Introduction The Google/DoubleClick merger generated considerable interest as it concerned the ubiquitous search engine that most Europeans use in their daily lives. From a competition policy (...)

Bertrand Jéhanno, Johannes Lübking, Peter Eberl, Sandra Kijewski The EU Commission conditionally approves a merger in the music publishing business addressing the issue of market power of music publishers in view of evolutions in digital music publishing (Universal / BMG)


Universal / BMG : Market power of music publishers in view of evolutions in digital music publishing* On 22 May 2007, the European Commission approved, subject to conditions, the acquisition by Universal Music Group Inc. (“Universal”) of BMG Music Publishing (“BMG”). Both companies are (...)


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