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UK’s Fingleton Bolsters Team with New Additions

 |  March 28, 2024

In a move signaling its commitment to enhancing its expertise in competition and regulatory matters, Fingleton, a leading consultancy firm in the UK, has announced the appointment of Stephanie Canet and Natalie Timan to its esteemed team.

Stephanie Canet brings with her a wealth of experience from her tenure at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), where she served as Director of Markets. During her time at the CMA, Stephanie played a pivotal role in shaping the organization’s approach to market studies and investigations. Her insights and contributions were instrumental in informing key decisions on various high-profile and complex merger investigations. Now, as she joins Fingleton as a Senior Advisor, Stephanie aims to leverage her extensive background to assist business leaders in understanding stakeholder objectives and navigating competition investigations effectively.

Natalie Timan, another notable addition to the Fingleton team, boasts an impressive track record both as a regulator and within regulated industries. With over two decades of experience, Natalie’s expertise spans across various regulatory bodies, including the Payments Systems Regulator and the CMA. Notably, her role as Director of Economics at the CMA saw her leading the economic analysis on mergers, antitrust, markets, and consumer cases. Furthermore, her experience as Chief Economist for the BBC adds a unique perspective to her understanding of regulatory challenges. At Fingleton, Natalie aims to provide invaluable insights to business leaders, drawing upon her deep understanding of regulatory frameworks and industry dynamics.

The appointments of Stephanie Canet and Natalie Timan underscore Fingleton’s commitment to delivering unparalleled expertise in competition and regulatory affairs. With their combined experience of over 40 years, both Stephanie and Natalie are poised to play integral roles in guiding clients through the complexities of the ever-evolving regulatory landscape.

Source: Fingleton