Reinder leads Oxera’s work in the financial services sector. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in applying economics in the context of competition and market investigations, mergers and acquisitions, design of regulation, regulatory and supervisory investigations (including Section 166 reviews), and litigation cases. He has advised major retail and investment banks, lenders, insurers, stock exchanges, payment system companies, fund managers, and distributors.
He advises banks, lenders and insurers on the design of retail and SME products and conduct risk management. He worked with insurers in the UK to develop a new and innovative model for the private provision of flood insurance (www.floodre.co.uk).
Reinder has also advised regulatory authorities on the design of regulatory regimes, methodologies for supervision, market studies and thematic reviews. He has worked with authorities and public bodies such as the European Commission and EIOPA, as well as the relevant regulatory authorities in financial services at national level (such as the Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority, and supervisory authorities in Germany and Italy), government departments in Europe, and various regulatory authorities outside Europe, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil and the Securities Commission Malaysia.
He regularly delivers seminars and training courses to regulatory authorities, government departments, financial services companies, and law firms on topics such as behavioural economics, the economics of regulation, ‘Consumer Duty’, and capital markets.
Before joining Oxera in April 2001, he worked as an economist at the Netherlands Central Bank and the Mexican Federal Competition Commission.
Reinder speaks English, Dutch, and Spanish.
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6614