Oxera continues to grow its senior team in Italy with the promotion of Roberto Alimonti to Partner.
Roberto Alimonti joined Oxera in 2017, and has 13 years of professional experience. He is known for his work on a number of high-profile European cases on behalf of private and public sector clients, including competition authorities and sector regulators.
Roberto has acquired a strong reputation for quality and impact through his work on numerous key cases in antitrust, quantification of follow-on antitrust damages, state aid and mergers.
Commenting on his appointment, Roberto says he’s ‘honoured and thrilled with the recognition. Across Europe, building compelling economic evidence has proved instrumental in navigating complex cases in the areas of public and private antitrust enforcement. Similarly, economic and financial analysis is more and more central to supporting robust decision-making in an ever-more dynamic state aid landscape’. He continues: ‘Oxera’s Competition and State Aid practices have been at the forefront of these developments, and I look forward to continuing to shape the application of economics in these areas by joining the Oxera Partnership.’
Commenting on Roberto’s promotion, Oxera Partner Dr Leonardo Mautino says ‘we welcome Roberto in joining our Partnership and are very excited about the contribution he will continue to make. He will undoubtedly continue to play a central role in the growth of Oxera across Europe by combining technical knowledge, dedication and a genuine passion for economics.’
Oxera Partner Nicole Robins remarks that Roberto is ‘a superb addition to the Oxera Partnership who has led a number of influential projects in the area of state aid, engaging successfully with corporate clients, legal advisers, national authorities and the European Commission’. Nicole adds that ‘Roberto will continue to consolidate Oxera’s role as the go-to economics and finance consultancy in the area of state aid in Italy and contribute to the expansion of its State Aid practice in Brussels and beyond.’