Rameet Sangha “gives intelligent, reliable and pragmatic advice” according to sources, who commend her “client-friendly approach” and “strong understanding” of the competition market.
Rameet Sangha is a director in AlixPartners’ competition economics team in London.
Rameet has 20 years’ experience advising companies involved with competition proceedings in the UK and Europe. She advises clients on a broad range of competition matters, including mergers (planned and in-progress), market or sector investigations, abuse of dominance issues, competition litigation, and damages assessment. Rameet has experience across a range of industries, with particular expertise in life sciences and financial services.
In her professional case engagements, Rameet has advised: Ping, a supplier of custom-fitted golf clubs, in its appeal to the competition appeal tribunal of a UK Competition and Markets Authority decision finding that its retailer internet policy breached competition law; a government department on excessive pricing allegations against a supplier; retailer JD Sports in its merger with retailer Go Outdoors, cleared by the UK Competition and Markets Authority at phase 1 – this was the first phase 1 merger where the CMA accepted the constraint from online competition at a local level; a retail bank during the UK Competition and Markets Authority market investigation into personal current accounts and small-and-medium-sized enterprise banking; a mobile operator on damages resulting from regulatory breaches by a competitor; Novartis on its three-part transaction with GSK—which involved consumer health, vaccines, and oncology products—as well as on its previous merger with eye-care-product company Alcon; and BT during an Ofcom investigation into alleged margin squeeze in wholesale calls, which resulted in a ‘no grounds for action’ decision.
Rameet holds an MSc in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, specialising in industrial organization; an MA in economics from the University of Cambridge; a postgraduate diploma in European Union competition law from King’s College London; and has completed the London Business School corporate finance evening programme.