Marta Capelo

Marta Capelo

Portugal, Lisbon
Director at CTT- Correios de Portugal SA
Profession: Lawyer, In-House Counsel
Industry: Regulatory / Enforcement, Competition, Consumer Protection, Data Privacy, Intellectual Property


Director of Competition and Regulatory Affairs at CTT - Correios de Portugal, SA, the main postal services provider in Portugal. Advising the Executive Committee and managing internal and external stakeholders on regulatory and competition matters, risk management, compliance and litigation (market regulation and competition issues). Engaged in advocacy for sustainable and fact-based regulation before the EU and national authorities.


Portuguese, English, French, Spanish


EU LawAdvocacyCompetition PolicyE-CommerceMarket regulationRegulatory StrategyAbuse of DominanceConsumer LawLegal AdviceIP


CTT- Correios de Portugal SA

Director at CTT- Correios de Portugal SA

January 2019 - Present • Lisbon, Portugal

Director of Competition and Regulatory Affairs - In charge of competition and regulatory affairs for the CTT Group (excl financial services); engagement with the competition authority and the national regulatory authorities (assessment of acquisitions and of commercial offers to ensure compliance with ex ante and ex post competition controls); litigation in regulatory affairs and competition related matters (e.g. private enforcement).

European Telecommunications Network Operators'​ Association (ETNO)

Director of Public Policy at European Telecommunications Network Operators'​ Association (ETNO)

3 years 2 mth • October 2015 - December 2018 • Brussels, Belgium

Advice and coordination of members' position in regulatory affairs, competition policy and legislative files concerning regulation of communications networks and services, privacy, data protection and content, including policy developments on 5G and the Internet of Things. of Working Groups (Competition Law, Digital Economy, Telecoms Regulation, Platform regulation), contribution to consensus building, strategic advice, drafting of position papers, participation in public consultations, advocacy and representation of the association before policy makers (European Commission, European Parliament and representatives of Member States in the Council of the European Union). Liaison with other trade associations and stakeholders providing services in the digital market. Relations with international organisations (e.g. Internet Governance Forum, ICANN, OECD, ITU)


Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Post-Graduate Studies, Management and Business Law

College of Law, London

Diploma in Commercial Law

College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium

Studies in EU Law

Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Law degree

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