Portrait of Laurin Lapp

Laurin Lapp : Analyst

Laurin is a member of Oxera’s Finance & Valuation team. He has undertaken financial and economic analysis in the context of state aid, regulatory finance, antitrust litigations, and commercial disputes across sectors such as transport, energy and financial services. Laurin joined Oxera as an Analyst in 2021 after graduating from the Erasmus University Rotterdam with a Master’s degree in Financial Economics. Before joining Oxera, he completed internships at a Big Four advisory firm and in the markets division of a European bank.

Laurin speaks English, and German.

Tel: +32 (0) 2 895 90 89

Laurin's specialisms include:

Selected
professional experience

  • Development of evidence to support the cost of capital estimation for the price control of one of Europe’s largest airports (2021)

  • Application of the Market Economy Operator Principle (MEOP) to advise a sovereign wealth fund on an investment structure that was compatible with EU state aid rules (2021–22)

  • Development of financial and economic evidence in the context of EU state aid investigations in the aviation sector (2021–)

  • Impact assessment of potential ownership and control policy options for EU airlines for submission to the European Commission (2022–)

  • Quantification of damages in an international arbitration case in the mining sector of a Latin American country (2021–)

  • Profitability analysis in the context of litigation of alleged anticompetitive conduct in the European pharmaceuticals sector (2021)

Qualifications

  • MSc Financial Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

  • BSc Economics, University of Vienna, Austria

  • CFA® Program participant, CFA Institute. Completed Level I in 2021

Latest Insights:  Laurin Lapp

Berlin Discussion Forum

Transition from Gas Markets to Hydrogen Markets Over the summer, the transition to hydrogen has gained further momentum. The direction of travel has become clearer with the approval of the European Commission’s €2bn government funding for thyssenkrupp Steel’s “tkH2Steel” decarbonization project, the EU Delegated Acts on Renewable Hydrogen approval in… Read More

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