Thomas Hoehn is the founding Director of Antitrust & TradeRx GmbH.
From 2009 - 2017 Thomas was a Panel Member of the UK Competition and Markets Authority. He was a Visiting Professor at Imperial College Business School, London from 2003 to 2009 directing the Executive MBA Programme. In 2009 he established the Intellectual Property Research Centre At Imperial College he taught courses on Business Economics, Smart Cities and Intellectual Property and continues to teach in its Executive Education programmes and remains active as a Visiting Researcher.
For ten years until November 2009 Thomas was Lead Partner of the Economics practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers UK and form 2017 to 2019 an affiliate of NERA Economic Consulting in London and Berlin. He now acts as a Senior Advisor to Mazars LLP with respect to Monitoring Services provided by Mazars.
In the course of his economics consulting career since 1984, Tom has advised clients on over 100 assignments and presented expert evidence in antitrust proceedings across Europe. Tom’s consulting experience includes assisting Microsoft in the implementation of the 2004 Commission decision.
Thomas Hoehn regularly acts as a Monitoring Trustee for the European Commission and has experience leading over 35 monitoring trustee assignments in Europe, the US and China. His cases include major multi-jurisdictional mergers and the oversight of long-term behavioural remedies (GE/Instrumentarium, Cisco/Tandberg, GE/Avio, Telefónica/E-Plus). Tom has also acted as Monitoring Trustee in national merger cases and as Interim Monitor in the US (GE/Avio). He has also collaborated closely with his US counterpart (Interim Monitor) in multijurisdictional cases (Procter & Gamble/Gillette and Pernod Ricard/V&S).
He is an accredited CEDR mediator. He has published widely and led research projects on merger and competition relevant topics. His published research included the review of the national merger remedies practice in 400 merger clearance decisions across 30 European countries. The result of his research on interoperability remedies was published in the European Competition Law Review in February 2013. In 2018 and 2021 Concurrences published his foreword to the e-Competitions Special Issue on Merger Remedies.
Thomas previously held teaching and research positions the University of Zurich and the London School of Economics. He completed a Masters in Economics, from the London School of Economics and obtained his first degree at the St. Gallen Graduate School of Public and Business Administration of Economics.
He is a Swiss national and speaks fluent German, English and French.
Tel: +41 44 286 88 63/60