Nadine Schmitt

M: +32 493 507 891
T: +32 2 642 0011

Nadine is an Associate at CEG Europe based in the Brussels office where she applies her economics and econometrics skills to a wide range of competition cases including cartels, mergers, state aid and regulation. Her main focus is on damages estimation and pass-on analysis in cartel cases in the context of commercial litigation. Her sector experience includes electronics, automotive, financial services and retail.

Her most recent projects include the contribution to an expert report for a German court in a cartel case and the assessment of damages in a debit card case. She was also involved in a State aid case before the European Commission and in regulatory work in the telecommunication sector.

Prior to joining CEG, Nadine worked for a German competition economics consultancy where she mainly applied economic theory and econometrics to a wide variety of cartel cases in the retail sector. Before starting her career in competition economics Nadine worked in analytical roles in the statistics team at a market research company and in the department of statistics at the European Central Bank.

Nadine holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne and a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Konstanz.

She is fluent in German, English and French.