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Dr. Vincent Verouden joins E.CA Economics, Bates White’s European partner

October 23, 2014

E.CA Economics has announced that Dr. Vincent Verouden joined their Brussels office as a director. Dr. Verouden is the former Deputy Chief Economist at DG Competition at the European Commission, where he was involved in the review of major mergers investigations in a variety of sectors. He also contributed to the development of the 2004 EU Horizontal Merger Guidelines and was one of the authors of the 2008 Non-Horizontal Merger Guidelines.

Dr. Verouden joined DG Competition in 2000 and worked in the Commission’s Merger Task Force until 2004, when he joined the Chief Economist Team. He was appointed Deputy Chief Economist in 2012. His antitrust work has focused on the pharmaceutical sector, and he has worked extensively on issues related to State aid control.

Bates White, based in Washington, DC and E.CA Economics, based in Berlin and Brussels, maintain an exclusive cooperative partnership to provide antitrust services in the United States and the European Union. Bates White’s partnership with E.CA—through collaboration with the ESMT European School of Management Technology—offers clients a balance of theoretical rigor, appropriate empirical analysis, and enforcement experience. With the addition of Dr. Verouden to the E.CA team, Bates White is pleased to expand our level of experience to clients seeking international support to address their antitrust and competition needs.

For more information, read the full press release.

About E.CA Economics

E.CA Economics is an economics consultancy that builds its case-related advice in the fields of competition policy and regulation on research. As a partner of the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT), it draws on the latest and robust economic research, and as a professional consulting firm it offers effective and timely advice.

E.CA Economics is led by Hans W. Friederiszick, a former member of the Chief Economist Team of DG Competition, and Rainer Nitsche, a former Vice President of the economics consultancy CRA International.