Dr. Fred Wandschneider

M: +49 151 1133 2062
T: +49 211 1760 9162
E: fwandschneider@ceg-europe.com

Frederick is a Senior Adviser and leads the Düsseldorf office. He has applied a wide range of economic and econometric analyses to cases in the telecommunications, transport, automotive, consumer goods and financial services sectors, with a focus on economic damage estimations in the context of commercial litigation.

His experience includes numerous cartel damages cases for both plaintiffs and defendants (including Electronic cash, Confectionery, Trucks, Household Sugar, Polyurethane Foam, Auto Glass, Automotive Bearings, Variable Valve Timing Devices), mergers (BT/EE) and commercial litigation (Directory Inquiry Services, 08x Wholesale Termination Charges, E-Books, and the Graiseley v Barclays Libor test case). Most recently he has been extensively involved in a damages case concerning RoRo shipping.

Frederick has been named in Who’s Who Legal: Competition as one of Germany’s “Future Leaders” in competition economics.

He is a co-author of the Practical Guide to Cartel Damages in Germany, and joined CEG from AlixPartners’ Competition Practice in London, where he was a Vice President. Prior to his consulting career, Frederick was a PhD researcher at the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy.  

Frederick holds a Ph.D. from the University of East Anglia, an M.Sc. with distinction in Competition and Regulation Economics from Maastricht University and a B.Sc. in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Passau.

He is fluent in German and English.