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Rameet Sangha

Rameet Sangha

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Competition - Economists 2019

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Rameet Sangha is highly recommended by respondents who endorse her “strong industry experience” and “practical application of economics”, particularly in the pharmaceutical sector.

Biography

Rameet Sangha is a director in AlixPartners’ competition economics team in London.

Rameet has over 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, market investigations, abuse of dominance, vertical agreements, competition litigation and damages assessment. Rameet has experience across a range of industries, with particular expertise in life sciences and financial services.

In her recent professional case engagements, Rameet has advised: claimants in the first UK standalone opt-out class action competition litigation; a party to a UK Competition and Markets Authority investigation into pharmaceutical pricing; 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 alleged excessive pricing by a supplier; retailer JD Sports in its merger with retailer Go Outdoors, cleared by the UK Competition and Markets Authority at Phase I – this was the first Phase I merger where the CMA accepted the constraint from online competition at a local level; a major broker during the FCA’s market study into wholesale insurance broking; and a retail bank during the CMA’s banking market investigation.

Rameet holds an MSc in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and an MA in economics from the University of Cambridge. She is co-author of UK Merger Control: Theory and Practice, Sweet & Maxwell, 3rd edition.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Rameet Sangha “gives intelligent, reliable and pragmatic advice” according to sources, who commend her “client-friendly approach” and “strong understanding” of the competition market.

Biography

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.

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