Federico is a consultant in Frontier's Competition and Public Policy practices in Brussels.
Since joining the firm, he has advised governments and institutions on various policy issues, including data and digital regulation, transport and decarbonisation. Federico regularly works on merger cases before the EU Commission and on litigation proceedings in multiple EU jurisdictions arising from antitrust and intellectual property infringements.
He has a keen interest in the economics of digital markets and in the interaction between innovation, competition and industrial policy.
Before joining Frontier, Federico was an economic adviser for the Government Economic Service in London, where he advised Ministers and senior officials on a variety of policy areas, including health, education, infrastructure and public finances.
Federico holds an MPA in Economic Policy from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Political Science and Economics from the University of Milan. He is fluent in English and French and is a native Italian speaker.
What did you want to be when you were 10?
A waiter or an astronaut
What was the last book you read?
Joseph Pulitzer’s Essay on Journalism
Last thing you asked Google?
Do penguins have knees?