Caroline Eggert Frydenberg at Legal Tech Entrepreneur
Caroline Eggert Frydenberg has been working within competition law since 2004. She is a Danish lawyer by training, but also holds an American LL.M. from Cornell Law School, including courses in Industrial Organisations from Cornell’s Department of Economics. She has worked both at DG Comp and the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority, at Danish and international law firms, and in-house at Post Danmark and lastly as VP and Head of Group Competition Law at Nets (a Nordic and North European payments company), which was recently acquired by its Italian equivalent, Nexi. Caroline has been working on most, if not all, aspects of competition law, payments regulations and data regulations. Her primary focus has been on (no actual) dominance, mergers, payments ”platforms” and how to secure hands-on, intuitive compliance.
Caroline is a frequent speaker at Informa’s conferences and an out-spoken advocate for a more non-interventionistic approach to the dynamic tech markets.
Caroline has recently taken on a daring new role as a legal tech entrepreneur. Together with the tech support start-up Ampler.io she is currently involved in developing data based legal tech support solutions. Much more to come on that….