RBB Economics (London)

Paul Reeve

RBB Economics (London)
Partner

Paul is a Partner at RBB Economics. He has worked on around 100 UK mergers and was the lead economist on several Phase 2 cases, most notably BT/EE. He was the head of economics in Phase 1 mergers, leading a team of economists in cases across numerous sectors. Paul is a former chair of the CMA’s Mergers Intelligence Committee, responsible for deciding which mergers should be investigated. He also acted as a Director on several merger cases, and led the development of merger policy in several areas including retail mergers. He was the primary author of the CMA’s Rail Franchise Merger Guidance. Paul has particular experience in broadcasting and telecommunications, and was a Director of Economics at Ofcom, the UK regulator. He is also an expert in energy, including the CMA’s energy market review. Paul also has experience of the client side of the process from 3 years in-house at Sky, during which he worked on the BSkyB/ITV merger, Ofcom’s Pay TV Review, and various other competition matters. Earlier in his career, Paul worked for a different economic consultancy on mergers and other matters across jurisdictions including the UK, the EU and South Africa. He holds a degree in PPE, and an M.Phil in Economics, from Oxford University, where he also taught undergraduate economic courses.

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