Sandy Tsakiridi

Fieldfisher (London)
In-House Counsel (Legal Counsel)

Sandy Tsakiridi is a Senior Legal Counsel at HSBC. Prior to her current role, she has worked as an external legal counsel in leading international law firms and one of the Big Four. She holds a Bachelor and three postgraduate degrees in law from University College London, Université Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne and Brussels School of Competition. She is also a member of the IAPP and has obtained various professional certifications (CIPP/E, COBIT, PRINCE2).


3738 Bulletin

Sandy Tsakiridi The Hellenic Competition Commission conditionally clears a merger in the dairy sector (Vivartia / Mevgal)


On the 14th February 2011 the Hellenic Competition Commission (« Ελληνική Επιτροπή Ανταγωνισμού ») (hereafter the « HCC ») gave the green light for the acquisition of Mevgal by Vivartia (the « Parties ») imposing certain remedies. In particular, the concentration involved the acquisition of a 57.8% share of Mevgal, through (...)

Sandy Tsakiridi A French Government working group recommends the abandonment of the "damage to the economy" criterion for the calculation of antitrust sanctions and urges the French Competition Authority to adopt guidelines (Commission Folz-Raysseguier-Schaub)


On the 20th September 2010 the Folz-Raysseguier-Schaub working group presented to Ms. Christine Lagarde, Minister of Economy, its report on antitrust penalties. The committee consisted of Mr. Jean-Martin Folz, former president of PSA’s executive board, Mr. Christian Raysseguier, Advocate General (...)

Sandy Tsakiridi The French Competition Authority accepts commitments undertaken by a tire manufacturer to allay concerns that it abused its dominant market position (Michelin Group)


On the 15th September 2010 the French Competition Authority (« Autorité de la concurrence« ) accepted and rendered legally binding the commitments proposed by Michelin Group. The conduct of Michelin Group, the worldwide leader in the tire market, has repeatedly raised competition inquiries. In (...)

Sandy Tsakiridi The French Competition Authority clears a merger in phase I without remedy in the electrical material wholesaling distribution sector (C3F - Sonepar France)


On the 29th June 2010 the French Competition Authority (“Autorité de la concurrence”) cleared the acquisition of exclusive control of the undertaking “C3F” by “Sonepar France” without attaching any further commitments. The notified operation, formalised by a protocol signed on the 26th March 2010, (...)

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