Sergey Khodjamirian

Vice President


Sergey has more than 13 years of experience as a competition economist.

He specialises in advising clients on mergers and behavioural matters before the European Commission and national competition authorities.

Most recently, Sergey has been involved in cases with a Nordic focus, including mergers such as Finn/Nettbil appeals, PMI/Swedish Match, Lantmännen/Sponmill, Valmet/Neles, Widex/Sivantos, and Compass Group/Fazer Food Services, as well as behavioural matters (e.g., a price discrimination investigation by a Nordic NCA, risk assessment of rebate schemes across the Nordics, and predatory pricing litigation in Denmark).

He has also worked on a number of complex and significant transactions before the European Commission, most notably Bayer/Monsanto and Deutsche Börse/London Stock Exchange (both Phase II mergers), and GSK/Novartis, which was cleared in Phase I and won the GCR Matter of the Year 2015.

In behavioural matters, most recently Sergey advised Amazon in the European Commission’s Amazon Marketplace investigation, which won the GCR 2023 European behavioural matter of the year. He also has experience analysing MFNs, excessive pricing, bundled rebates, price discrimination, and predatory pricing, across a range of industries including e-commerce platforms, fast moving consumer goods, mining, medical devices, postal, transport, and financial markets.

Sergey is listed as a Future Leader in Who’s Who Legal: Competition Economists 2023 publication and won the Lexology Client Choice 2024 award in the ‘Denmark - Competition Economists’ category.

He holds an M.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Southampton. He is fluent in Danish and Russian.

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    • MSc in Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science
    • BSc in Economics, University of Southampton

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