Portrait of Othmane Ouhaddach

Othmane Ouhaddach : Senior Consultant

Othmane is a member of Oxera’s Competition and Financial Services teams. His competition work has involved advising a broad range of clients (from banks to data platform providers) in the context of market investigations, merger reviews, and cartel investigations. Othmane has considerable international experience, having advised clients in competition and regulatory investigations in the UK, France, South Africa, Brazil and Malaysia, as well as investigations led by the European Commission.

Prior to joining Oxera, Othmane completed a Masters in Economics of Markets and Organisations at the Toulouse School of Economics, focusing on industrial organisation and competition issues. He also has work experience in market finance and corporate banking.

Othmane speaks English, French, and Arabic.

Tel: +32 (0) 2 793 07 02

Othmane's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Economic advice to a stock exchange in the context of a public consultation (2020–)

  • Advice to the European Commission in the context of a study on the design of primary and secondary equity markets in the EU (2019–20)

  • Advice to a joint venture of European seed producers in an abuse of dominance case in the genetically modified sees market (2019–20)

  • Advice to a bank in the context of a follow-on actions in the FX market (2018–)

  • Advice to an airline operator in a taxation dispute with an EU state (2018–19)

  • Advice to a sandwich producer in the context of the French Competition Authority’s investigation into cartel behaviour in the sandwich market in France (2018–)


  • MSc Economics of Markets and Organisations, Toulouse School of Economics, France

  • BSc Mathematical Economics, Toulouse School of Economics, France

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