OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

Ruben Maximiano

OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
Senior Competition Expert

Ruben Maximiano is a Senior Competition Expert at the OECD and a lecturer at Lille Catholic University, where he teaches EU competition law. At the OECD, Mr. Maximiano is Regional Manager for Asia Pacific Region in the Competition Division of the OECD, where he runs the OECD side of the Competition Programme of the OECD Korea Policy Centre. He also co-ordinates the competition work on Covid-19. Before joining the OECD, Mr. Maximiano worked at the European Commission for nearly 5 years, having worked mostly on merger control in a number of sectors and been a part of the Financial Crisis Task Force where he worked on state aid in the banking. Prior to that he worked at the Portuguese Competition Authority where he was Senior Legal Advisor and as a Lawyer in Vieira de Almeida & Associados in Lisbon, Portugal in the Competition Law and Telecoms regulation field. He is admitted to the Portuguese Bar. Mr. Maximiano received an LL.M. in European Law from the College of Europe.


Auteurs associés

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789 Bulletin

Andrea Amelio, Miguel de la Mano, Pablo Asbo, Ruben Maximiano, Viktor Porubsky The EU Commission conditionally approves a merger in the baking industry after analysis of possible coordinated effects (ABF / GBI)


ABF/GBI Business : coordinated effects baked again* I. Introduction Just a few months after the Court of Justice gave a key ruling in Sony/BMG v Impala, the Commission adopted its decision in the ABF/GBI Businesscase. This was the first case since Airtoursin which the Commission intervened (...)

1673 Revue

Ruben Maximiano, Matteo Giangaspero, Cristina Volpin Main challenges in adjudicating competition law cases (9th OECD/Korea Policy Centre Competition Law Seminar for Asia-Pacific Judges - Bangkok, May 30–31st, 2019)


Chaque année, le Centre de politique OCDE/Corée offre aux juges en Asie-Pacifique une occasion de discuter du droit de la concurrence et de l’économie de la concurrence afin de doter les juges de la région des outils nécessaires pour traiter les affaires de concurrence dans leur juridiction. 1. The (...)

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