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18-09-2019
Sign up for Big Data & Competition Law conference

Join us at this year’s Big Data & Competition Law conference in Brussels on 15 October, where Copenhagen Economics will be the lead sponsor. Get the most recent updates on the new ways competition law can handle big data.

Our Managing Economist, Norbert Maier, will participate in discussions on Big Data in Aftermarkets: Computers on Wheels and More IoT and also on Big Data and Mergers. Among others, he will be joined by top decision makers from competition authorities.

We are pleased to offer our clients and business partners a 50% discount when signing up for the event via the link below.

Learn more and sign up for the event  

For further information, please contact Norbert Maier

17-09-2019
NEW STUDY: How digitalisation is changing the competitive dynamics in banking

Swedish banks are starting to exploit new entirely digitalised processes, which gradually opens up the value chain in banking, changing the very structures of the financial sector. As a result, we expect increasing competitive pressure on each part of the value chain and limited opportunities for cross-selling.

Last week, Partner Sigurd Næss-Schmidt presented our new study on digitalisation in the Swedish banking sector at a seminar held by the Swedish Bankers’ Association.

Learn more about the study

For further information, please contact Sigurd Næss-Schmidt

09-09-2019
Vacancy: Office Assistant for our Copenhagen Office

We are currently looking for a service-minded, structured, and accountable Office Assistant to help out with practical as well as administrative tasks at our Copenhagen office. 

We offer you a versatile job, where you never get bored, and where you become part of a dynamic, social, and international environment. 

Learn more about this position

For further information and questions, please contact Senior Office Manager Hanne Clumsee

09-09-2019
Invitation: Copenhagen Economics Breakfast Club in Stockholm

We are delighted to invite our tax and transfer pricing clients to Copenhagen Economics’ Breakfast Club in Stockholm.

Grab Tuesday's first cup of coffee with us and hear leading experts discuss how digital taxation may affect your company.

You will meet Krister Andersson, Vice Chair Business@OECD and Chair Business Europe’s Tax Committee; Hendrik Fügemann, Partner Copenhagen Economics: IP Valuation & Transfer Pricing; and Sigurd Næss-Schmidt, Partner Copenhagen Economics: Finance & Tax, Energy & Climate.

Participation is free of charge but requires registration.

Learn more and register

For further information, please contact Vincenzo Zurzolo

06-09-2019
Good reasons to use economics in State aid

Many private companies or public authorities are surprised to learn the circumstances when state aid is legal and that they themselves can perform an assessment of the lawfulness of public funds involved in their economic activity.

In this article, published by the Global Competition Review (GCR) today, Dr. Adina Claici and Elisa Pau discuss the use of economic expertise in assessing state aid lawfulness, and guides you through the main steps undertaken in such an analysis. The article also presents the latest developments in State aid in 2018.

Read the article

For further information, please contact Adina Claici

An extract from GCR’s State Aid Know-how 2019. The whole publication is available here.