Enrique Andreu is an Executive Vice President at Compass Lexecon, based in Brussels and Madrid. Enrique is also a member of the European Senior Leadership Team and Head of European Staffing.
Enrique specializes in the application of economic and econometric analysis techniques to the study of antitrust and competition policy issues, including the assessment of the competitive impact of cartels and mergers, market definition, damage estimation, abuse of dominant position and state aid investigations.
Enrique has worked on a wide number of antitrust cases across several industries including banking and financial markets, railway, media, tobacco, hardware, consumer research, fast-moving consumer goods, fresh foods and beverages, telecommunications, packaging, electrical equipment, and chemicals. Enrique supervises one of the teams that works on the estimation of damages following the heavy truck manufacturers infringement, for which litigation proceedings are taking place in various European countries. In the recent past, he provided advice on mergers in front of the European Commission, such as Air Canada/Air Transat, Alstom/Bombardier, Telia/Bonnier Broadcasting, E.On/Innogy, T-Mobile/Tele 2 Netherlands, Shire/Takeda and The Walt Disney Company/Twenty-First Century Fox. He also advised on mergers investigated outside the European Union, such as by the UK CMA, the Chilean FNE and other Latin-American competition authorities.
Enrique has given expert testimony before the General Court of the EU, the European Court of Justice, the Spanish Supreme Court, the International Court of Arbitration, several Commercial Courts in Spain, the European Commission and several national competition authorities. He is featured in the Who’s Who of Competition Economists publications.
Before joining Compass Lexecon, Enrique worked for over six years for the Global Competition Policy Practice at LECG. Prior to this, Enrique worked as a Lecturer in Econometrics and Economics at the University of Navarra, and as an Instructor in Economics at University College London where he taught courses on Asset Pricing and Microeconomics.
Enrique holds an M.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics, an M.Sc. in Finance from the University of Navarra, as well as a B.Sc. in Quantitative Economics and a B.A. in Business Administration from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.