Catalina Campillo is a Vice President at Compass Lexecon based in Brussels.
Catalina’s work focuses on the application of economic analysis and econometric techniques to competition policy cases, including the assessment of the competitive effects of mergers, abuse of dominance, market definition, and the impact of cartels. She has also worked on several cases involving damage estimation. Her experience covers a wide range of industries including financial markets, automotive, railway, package delivery, car rental services, electrical equipment, hardware and software, tobacco, beverages, FMCG, hearing devices, electronic components, and beauty products.
Catalina is working on the estimation of cartel damages following the heavy truck manufacturers infringement, for which litigation proceedings are taking place in various European countries. In the context of these proceedings, she assisted with the submission of expert reports and testified before Spanish Courts.
Recently Catalina worked on the Alstom/Bombardier transport merger, with proceedings before the European Commission and other competition authorities worldwide. For this merger, she provided extensive filing support, assessed horizontal, vertical and conglomerate effects including bidding analyses and analysis of potential foreclosure, as well as the design of an appropriate remedy package. Catalina has also worked on the Siemens/Alstom, Widex/Sivantos, NKT/ABB, HP/Samsung (printer business), Ball/Rexam, Siemens/Dresser-Rand, UPS/TNT and NYSE/Deutsche Bourse cases before the European Commission, Coca Cola/AdeS with merger filings in various Latin American countries, and Tsogo Sun/Sun International before the Competition Tribunal of South Africa.
Before joining Compass Lexecon, Catalina worked for the Global Competition Policy Practice at LECG. Catalina has also worked as an Associate Lecturer at Instituto de Empresa Business School, Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles, and College of Europe.
Catalina holds an M.A. in Economics and Finance from the Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI) and a B.A. with honors in Economics from Universidad Complutense de Madrid. During her studies at CEMFI, she specialized in econometrics and quantitative methods.