Ana Cacho Lacarra
Ana Cacho Lacarra is a Case Handler at the European Commission, DG COMP (Directorate General for Competition) since 2015. From 2011 to 2014, she worked in the private practice as Associate at the Brussels' office of the Law firm King & Wood Mallesons. She holds a double Degree in Law and Business Administration from the University of Zaragoza (Spain), a Master of European Law from the Europa-Institute (Germany) and a Postgraduate diploma in Competition Law from King’s College London.
Spanish, English, German
Directorate General Competition (DG COMP) - European Commission
Case Handler at Directorate General Competition (DG COMP) - European Commission
April 2015 - Present • Brussels , BelgiumAntitrust and merger enforcement. Sectors: - Antitrust Transport (in particular rail) and Hotel industry - Antitrust Basic Industries - Mergers Telecommunications and Basic Industries
King & Wood Mallesons
Associate at King & Wood Mallesons
3 years 2 mth • September 2011 - November 2014 • Brussels , Belgium- Drafting and submission of merger filings before the European Commission and National Competition Authorities relating to a range of industry sectors (iron ore/the steel industry, mining, construction, cement, transport, energy and telecommunications); - Advising in relation to cartel proceedings before National Competition Authorities, including on subjects such as information exchanges, benchmarking tools, MFN and RPM clauses, and exclusive and selective distribution agreements; - Drafting several antitrust compliance programs and dawn raid trainings; and - Advising on the compliance with EU rules.
King's College London
Postgraduate diploma in European Competition Law
Europa-Institute, Universität des Saarlandes
Master of European Law (LL.M. Eur.) at Europa-Institut, Universität des Saarlandes
University of Zaragoza
Double Degree in Law and Business Administration and Management - 6 years programme