Loes van Bohemen is a Senior Advisor at CEG Europe and is based in the Rotterdam office. She has worked on multiple investigations and advisory assignments in the fields of regulation and antitrust.
Her most recent projects include the estimation of damages in relation to excessive credit card interchange rates, and a UNICTRAL arbitration between OZE vs Republic of Poland. Loes also contributed to an expert report on airport market power for A4E and IATA and airport charges differentiation for easyJet. She has also worked on energy market design, state aid, abuse of dominance, network regulation, and antitrust damages cases.
Loes read both Economics and Law, providing her with an expertise in the economic analysis of law and regulation. Her coursework included the economic analysis of network industries, regulation, EU competition law and policy.
Prior to joining CEG, Loes was a student assistant at the consultancy ECORYS, where she provided research assistance to the Competition and Regulation Division. Projects were typically conducted for the European Commission and the Dutch government, and included an assessment of regulation of the Dutch energy distribution network for the ACM.
Loes is fluent in Dutch and English.