Salvatore Nava joined Lear in September 2014. During his time at Lear, he has been involved in assisting private companies in proceedings before the Italian competition authority, including anti-competitive agreements, abuses of dominance and merger cases.
Salvatore has also worked on various antitrust damages cases in the media, energy and consumer goods industries and on technical assistance projects undertaken by Lear on behalf of the World Bank Group. While at Lear, Salvatore spent four months as an external consultant for a leading UK regulator, where he was involved in the data analysis for a market study.
Prior to joining Lear, Salvatore worked for two years for a competition economics consultancy based in London, and he was involved in a number of assignments, ranging from cases of antitrust damages estimation to submissions on behalf of various clients to courts and regulators – covering a wide range of industries such as financial services, commodity trading, aviation, construction and healthcare services.
Salvatore holds advanced degrees in Economics and Industrial Economics from the University of Rome Tor Vergata and the University of East Anglia respectively. He is fluent in English
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