Juan Miguel Goyzueta
Juan Miguel has over 8 years of competition experience both in Europe and in Latin America. In addition to his knowledge in Industrial Organisation and Competition Economics he also has expertise in Finance. He has worked on numerous projects concerning regulatory and antitrust issues in front of competition authorities, courts and arbitration tribunals. More specifically, he has performed econometric damage estimations, market definition analyses and estimations of efficiency gains in merger cases. He is familiar with combining comparator approaches with other methods, such as financial and market simulation approaches. His experience with market analyses also enabled him to work in conflict of interest disputes, projects involving regulatory pricing models, and cases focusing on the valuation of intellectual property. Among other sectors he has worked in, he has particular expertise in telecoms, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, transport and distribution, as well as the entertainment industry.
In addition to his career as competition and regulatory consultant, Juan Miguel also worked for Rafael Landivar University, one of the largest private universities in the Central American region, where he coordinated a team responsible for implementing strategic, operational and financial decision-making models. Prior to working as a competition economist he has done consulting work in transfer pricing and also worked for a credit rating agency, where he did creditworthiness analyses for banks, insurance companies, and local governments in Central America and Panama.
Originally from Guatemala, Juan Miguel earned a B.A. in Economics from Francisco Marroquin University, Guatemala and a Master in Industrial Economics and Markets from Charles III University of Madrid, Spain.
A native Spanish speaker, he is also fluent in English and speaks intermediate French.