Practice Areas: Antitrust & Competition, Damages, Energy, International Arbitration, Regulatory Investigations, Telecommunications, Transportation, Valuation & Financial Analysis
Andrés Ferraris is an Economist in the Buenos Aires office of Compass Lexecon. Mr. Ferraris specializes in economic and financial analysis, assessing damages in the context of international arbitration, mostly related to lost profits and the valuation of business and other assets, and in antitrust, competition and regulatory investigations.
During his six years of consulting experience he has participated in more than 30 arbitration and litigation procedures under ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, local jurisdiction rules and others. His arbitration experience comprises several industries oil & gas; electricity generation, transmission and distribution; gas transmission and distribution; water and sewerage services; telecommunications; agrochemical; real estate; hospitality; infrastructure; cement; banking; insurance; pharmaceutical and testing laboratories; hot briquetted iron, steel and seamless pipes; waste management) in diverse locations (Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Hungary, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Romania, Senegal, South Africa, United States, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay and Venezuela).
Mr. Ferraris also participated in several antitrust, competition and regulatory consultancy projects comprising horizontal and vertical mergers, tariff setting and revision processes, analysis of alternative tariff regimes, and changes in regulatory frameworks in the beverages and telecommunication industries in Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Mexico and Dominican Republic.
Mr. Ferraris holds a B.A. in Economics from Universidad de San Andrés (UdeSA), in Argentina, and is completing his Master's in Economics’ thesis at the same university. Prior to joining Compass Lexecon, he served as a Senior Associate at LECG. He has also been a research assistant and a teaching assistant professor of finance at an undergraduate course in Universidad de San Andrés, and professor of economics at a post-graduate program directed to engineers from Universidad de Buenos Aires.