Portrait of Jeremy Macrae

Jeremy Macrae : Consultant

Jeremy is a member of Oxera’s Competition and Transport teams. He has particular expertise in competition-related investigations and disputes, having advised firms in cases relating to horizontal and vertical agreements and abuse of dominance as well as damage quantification. Jeremy has experience working across a variety of industries including transport, financial services, communications and retail. He has considerable international experience, having advised clients in Canada, France, Germany, Poland and the UK.

Before joining Oxera, Jeremy completed a Master’s degree in Economics at École Polytechnique in France. During his studies, he specialised in macroeconomics and econometrics, completing an internship in the economics department of an investment bank.

Jeremy speaks English, and French.

Tel: +33 (0)1 87 16 51 35

Jeremy's specialisms include:

Selected
professional experience

  • Assisted a large Polish chemical producer in the context of a cartel follow-on damages case (2020–21)

  • Advising a global financial institution in the context of claims in the High Court arising out of alleged FX manipulation (2020–)

  • Advising a European truck original equipment manufacturer in defending a collective action claim in the UK in the Competition Appeal Tribunal (2020–)

  • Advised a consumer goods manufacturer in defending a consumer class action in Canada (2020)

  • Estimated damages resulting from a cartel in roll-on/roll-off shipping (2019–20)

  • Assisted a large French telecommunications company in assessing the anticompetitive risks raised by its rebate schemes (2019–20)

Qualifications

  • Master’s in Economics, École Polytechnique, France

  • BSc Mathematics and Economics, London School of Economics, UK

Latest Insights:  Jeremy Macrae

The Economics of Climate Change at COP26

Oxera will be presenting on The Economics of Climate Change at COP26—the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference—in Glasgow, on one of the world leaders’ days on 2 November 2021. The aim of COP26 is to increase global alignment on climate action. We will be demonstrating to the world’s governments,… Read More

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