Felix is a Director in the Economic Consulting practice at AlixPartners, and is based in London. Felix applies his economics skillset to assist clients with real-world problems related to disputes and investigations.

Felix is a highly qualified economist, specializing in competition and antitrust. His experience ranges from mergers to cartel damage estimation and abuse-of-dominance assessments as well as other high-stakes litigation cases. Felix has completed projects in various sectors such as payment systems, online portals, pharmaceuticals, and automotive components. 

Before joining AlixPartners, he was economic advisor in the government of Malawi, advising policy makers on investment climate reforms and other areas of regulatory reform. 

Felix has a Master of Science in economics (with distinction) from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has presented at multiple conferences and written articles on damages quantification and the digital economy. 

Key Engagements:

  • Expert witness for European OEM in cartel follow-on damages claimants relating to various cartels in the automotive parts industry.
  • Led a team that supported an AlixPartners expert witness during a major lawsuit against Visa Inc.   in relation to Multilateral Interchange Fees in the UK High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
  • Advised a payment network provider in relation to a European Commission investigation into inter-regional interchange fees.
  • Supported an expert witness in relation to a follow-on damages claim relating to the European Commission’s Google Shopping   decision.
  • Advised clients across a range of Phase I & II CMA merger inquiries in various industries, including student accommodations and online retail.