Elsa is a Partner (Chief Economist) at Allen & Gledhill. She is Deputy Head of the Firm’s Competition & Antitrust practice, and Co-Head of the Public Policy practice. Elsa regularly assists clients on complex antitrust matters, including global cartel and abuse of dominance investigations.
In 2013 and 2016, she was featured in the 100 elite women globally in the field of competition law by Global Competition Review (GCR) in their Women in Antitrust 2013 and 2016 peer-nominated surveys. She was also named as one of the 10 competition economists globally in GCR’s Women in Antitrust 2016: Economists. Elsa is regularly recognised as a leading competition economist in Who’s Who Legal Competition: Economists since 2010, Who’s Who Legal Consulting Experts: Economic Consulting – Competition Economists, Euromoney Guide to the World’s Leading Competition and Antitrust Lawyers and Economists, and Expert Guides’ Women in Business Law. She was also cited by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2017) to have a “good grasp of the subject matter”.
Elsa regularly assists clients on complex antitrust matters, including global cartel and abuse of dominance investigations. Her record includes the first and only Provisional Infringement Decision of Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) to be successfully overturned (Greif/GEP), and the first CCS conditional merger clearance requiring local commitments (SEEK/JobStreet). In 2013, Elsa led the team in a matter which was conferred the GCR Award 2013: Behavioural Matter of the Year (Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa).
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EducationRecipient of the Prime Minister's Book PrizeTufts University, Massachusetts - summa cum laude with a double degree in Economics and International RelationsLondon School of Economics and Political Science - postgraduate degree and an LLM with a specialisation in Competition Law