Prince Montagna is a Research Assistant at Lear. Prior to joining Lear, as an Analyst in another consultancy, he worked on a project of public procurement of pharmaceutical products and medical devices. As an intern at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), he carried out a data analysis in a market study focused on funding issues aimed at understanding the extent of cross-subsidisation between different customer groups.
In his internship at the European Commission, Prince assisted an analytical work studying global imbalances focusing on valuation effects and capital flow developments before, during and after the 2007 global financial crisis. During this experience, he also provided administrative assistance to prepare and organize the participation of the European Commission at the meetings of the G-7 Finance Ministers and the G-20 Framework for Growth Working Group.
He earned a Master in Competition and Market Regulation at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics with a thesis on an empirical analysis of the impact of utility bills discounts on the welfare of vulnerable consumers.