Neil Dryden

Neil Dryden is an executive vice president in Compass Lexecon’s European competition policy practice, based in the firm’s London office. He has worked as a professional economist for over 17 years and during that time he has advised on numerous mergers, agreement cases, dominance cases and market investigations. Neil has analysed cases in sectors including advertising, banking and financial services, chemicals, energy, FMCG, grocery retailing, health care, manufacturing, media and broadcasting, mining, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, postal services, publishing, scientific instruments, sports, technology, telecommunications, tobacco, transport and water. Neil was educated at Oxford University where he obtained a BA in philosophy, politics and economics (first class) and an MPhil in economics, and held a college lectureship for two years. At King’s College, London, he obtained a postgraduate diploma in EC competition law (with distinction). Neil co-authored ‘What makes firms perform well?’ published in the European Economic Review.

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