The careers service is pleased and honored to welcome Pascale Déchamps from the Autorité de la concurrence who will be giving a Business Talk on Thursday 30 November at 5pm.
Title: "To serve consumers by promoting competition: working at the French Competition Authority"
These talks aim to develop the economic culture of students and to learn more about case studies.
THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER 5:00PM - BUSINESS TALK - AUDITORIUM 3
Pascale Déchamps has been Deputy General Rapporteur at the French Competition Authority since January 2021. She is the head of the unit in charge of antitrust infringement cases in the digital and telecom sectors, with a focus on online advertising. Her team has worked on major actions such as rejecting interim measures on Apple for its App Tracking Transparency system, fining Google €220 million for favoring its own services, the first commitments made by Meta to a competition authority in 2022 and imposing interim measures on Meta in ad verification in June 2023.
Before joining the Authority, Pascale was a partner at an economics and finance consultancy, and was Head of their Paris office after being Head of their Brussels office for many years. She was also a non-governmental adviser to the Authority within the ICN between 2017 and 2020. She holds an Executive MBA from HEC (2023). She graduated in 2004 with a Msc in Economics from the London School of Economics and a Msc in statistics and econometrics from the Toulouse University.
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