As Deputy Director for Competition in the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA), Emily is responsible for leading competition law investigations in the EFTA States (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein), as well as managing day-to-day cooperation with the national competition authorities and with the European Commission (as sister authorities under the EEA rules). In her parallel role as supervisor of the EEA consultation mechanism on regulatory measures for electronic communications services, Emily also monitors telecoms and digital markets closely. Prior to joining ESA in 2013, Emily worked with the Irish telecoms regulator (ComReg) holding the roles of Market Analysis Manager and Economist, and also working as a National Expert in the European Commission (DG CONNECT). Having started her career with the Irish Competition Authority, Emily has close to 20 years of experience in the field of competition law enforcement and regulation.
EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA)
Deputy Director at EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA)