Francisco is a Senior Consultant at CEG Europe. With a focus on competition and regulatory matters, Francisco's area of expertise lies in developing economic models and conducting quantitative analysis. He incorporates concepts from industrial organization and game theory to support clients in relevant competition matters across diverse industries. Francisco has contributed his skills to several projects spanning multiple industries, including pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, agricultural machinery, and consumer goods.
Having worked as a competition economist in Germany for several years, Francisco's responsibilities revolved around providing support to clients and their external counsel through expert reports. He also assisted economic experts by devising appropriate theoretical frameworks and preparing pitches.
Aside from his background in competition economics, Francisco has also worked as a Visiting Professor at the University Carlos III of Madrid in Spain, where he lectured on Economics and Mathematics. He has also taught courses on Game Theory and Mathematics at the University of Barcelona. In addition, Francisco has conducted research on cutting-edge economic theory, building a strong track record in the field with publications in the Journal of Economic Theory and the Journal of Mathematical Economics, among others.
Francisco holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Department of Mathematical Economics at the University of Barcelona, Spain, and has completed research stays in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and Providence, United States.
Francisco is native in Spanish, fluent in English and has a basic knowledge of German.
Francisco has provided assistance to German companies who were defendants in damages litigation cases. Recently, he was involved in a significant ICC arbitration case in the pharmaceutical industry, where he provided support to the plaintiff. Furthermore, he provided support to a German company that works in the heavy agricultural machinery sector in a dispute against an overseas competition authority.