Antitrustitalia’s 54th lunch talk is scheduled on Wednesday, 19 February 2020, 12:30 pm at the European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition (DG COMP)’s Auditorium in Brussels (Place Madou 1 │ 1210 Saint-Josse-ten-Nood │ Metro Madou).
Annemiek Wilpshaar, Deputy Head of Unit C.5 in DG COMP of the European Commission, will give a presentation in English on:
“Mergers in the IT sector: recent developments and trends”
Recent merger cases in the IT sector require a careful assessment of complex conglomerate relationships and a detailed review of internal documents to understand the rationale behind the planned transaction as well as the merging parties’ standalone plans. Annemiek led a number of the Commission’s investigations in the IT sector and, from her privileged perspective, she will provide an overview of the most interesting cases, discussing recent developments and trends in this area.
Annemiek is Deputy Head of Unit at the European Commission’s DG Competition, in the unit responsible for mergers in the IT, telecommunications and media sectors. Previously, Annemiek had been a member of the Chief Economist Team at DG Competition for many years. She also served as Cabinet Member of Vice President Almunia. Annemiek holds a MSc in Economics from London School of Economics and a MSc in Competition and Market Regulation from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
Lunch will be provided at 12:30, the presentation will begin at 13:00 and will close at 14:30. Important note: Please allow time to register at the Madou Tower desk, we recommend coming at noon.
Please register via Eventbrite.
Entrance is free for antitrustitalia’s supporters. For non-supporters, there is a fee of EUR 25 to cover the cost of the lunch. Receipts can be printed from the link directly.
Please let us know if you are unable to attend. For non-supporters, cancellation should be notified 24 hours before the event, the fee will be refunded directly from the link above.
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