RBB Economics provides independent, expert economic advice on all aspects of competition law. We combine intellectual rigour with practical knowledge and technical economic skills to deliver analysis that is robust, clear and effective.
‘We had regular contact with the RBB consultants on our case. They were always available, supportive and responsive to our needs. Everyone we dealt with was professional, friendly and totally committed to our case.’— International Airlines Group
‘They were thorough, professional and hugely supportive throughout the entire process and we have happily worked with them on many occasions, including the important Art. 102 investigation.’— Google
‘RBB deliver expert advice in a timely manner. What’s more, they don’t try to blind us with science — whilst sophisticated, detailed, and comprehensive, all of their analysis remains also accessible, clear and straightforward.’— General Electric
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'RBB's economists are proactive, rigorous and extremely professional. Their detailed economic analysis was a key factor in convincing the Commission to dismiss its initial concerns and clear our proposed acquisition of Sun in 2010.'— Oracle
RBB Economics provides independent, expert economic advice on all aspects of competition law.
We combine intellectual rigour with practical knowledge and technical economic skills to deliver analysis that is robust, clear and effective.
RBB Economics’ expert is nominated for Economist of year of the GCR Awards 2020
Global Competition Review’s Awards 2020 nominations include Nuno Alvim for the Economist of the year prize. According to the publication, Nuno Alvim at RBB Economics has shown the capacity to analyse massive amounts of data and to...
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Google’s acquisition of Looker Data Sciences receives unconditional Phase I clearance
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has approved Google’s acquisition of Looker Data Sciences, Inc. following a Phase I investigation. Although both firms provide business intelligence (BI) tools, the CMA found that they are not...
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ACCC sets no great store by incumbency power
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has decided not to oppose the merger between ANZ Terminals and GrainCorp Liquid Terminals, two providers of port-side bulk liquid storage services for base oils, chemicals and...
Read more (November 2019)