Cambridge Forum on

European Digital Regulation & Policy

October 23 - 25, 2024 Cascais, Portugal
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The Steering Committee welcomes a distinguished, pan-EU/UK group of up to 48 senior policy and regulation executives within digital firms and preeminent technology advisors, including seasoned lawyers and public affairs experts, to discuss the regulatory policy, competition law, and litigation environment surrounding digital-first businesses.

Using candid, seminar-style discussion, the group explores the real-world impacts of digital platform regulation and evolving legislatures.

2024 Steering Committee

This elite group, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.

Committee Co-Chairs

  • Robin Noble Oxera Consulting LLP Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Dr. Anselm Rodenhausen Video Games Europe Berlin, Germany

    Anselm is leading the antitrust & distribution law team at Zalando, the European platform for fashion. Prior to this, he has been focusing on competition law in the digital sector in different positions: as a lawyer in the Brussels office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, he advised telecoms, platforms and tech companies; as a Legal & Policy Officer with the European Commission (DG CONNECT) he helped developing the Commission’s Digital Single Market strategy. Anselm has published on a number of new legal aspects of the digital world and is also the author of a novel set in the digital society. He holds a PhD in media competition law from the University of Muenster (Germany) and a master degree from the University of Oxford.

Committee Members

  • Gene Burrus Burrus Competition Strategies Seattle, United States
  • Dimos Dakanalis Oracle Brussels, Belgium

    Dimos Dakanalis is acting as Oracle’s Chief Antitrust Counsel and has almost 20 years of experience advising on competition law, especially in relation to the tech sector. Prior to Oracle, Dimos worked for international law firm Clifford Chance in Brussels and London until 2012.


    He is advising Oracle on mergers and acquisitions, distribution and licensing, competition compliance and antitrust investigations by competition authorities worldwide. He has represented Oracle on its most important acquisitions in the last 15 years (including Oracle/Siebel, Oracle/BEA, Oracle/Sun, Oracle/Netsuite and Oracle/Cerner) and in the Microsoft antitrust cases before the European Commission and the European courts.


    Dimos holds a BA Hons. in Jurisprudence, a BCL in European and Comparative Law and an MPhil in Competition Law from Oxford University.

  • Thomas Graf Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Brussels, Belgium
  • Anne-Claire Hoyng Prosus Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Anne-Claire Hoyng has over 15 years of experience as a competition economist. She joined Prosus as Global Head of Competition Policy in 2021, before that she was leading as Global Director the competition and consumer law team at She has also worked as in house competition economist/counsel for Liberty Global and KPN. Anne-Claire started her career as a Senior Case Handler at the Dutch Competition Authority. She previously taught Economics of Competition Law at the University of Utrecht and holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Amsterdam.

  • Kayvan Hazemi-Jebelli Chamber of Progress Brussels, Belgium
  • Stephen Kinsella Flint Global London, United Kingdom
  • Kristina Nordlander A&O Shearman Brussels, Belgium & London, United Kingdom
  • Marc Pervès Apple Brussels, Belgium
  • Ben Schroeter Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Ben Schroeter is a Director at, where he leads the Strategic Engagement team. Ben’s team focuses on policy development, economic research, and overall Public Affairs strategy. He joined in 2020, where during his first two and half years he led the company’s advocacy on the Digital Markets Act. Before, Ben worked in consulting and for the German government.


    Ben started his love affair with all things digital at the age of eight, writing BASIC code on his family’s first x86 personal computer and, later, as a teenager, he ran a successful side business assembling desktop computers. Originally set on becoming a computer scientist, he switched to economics after attending a lecture with Hal Varian on strategy in digital markets. Ben holds Masters degrees in Competition Economics from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics and in EU Competition Law from King’s College in London. He is currently working on a book on the role of regulation in corporate strategy. Strategy beyond Markets is due to be published in autumn 2024.


Forum Director

  • Jessica Baker Ellis Senior Vice President, Dispute Resolution Cambridge Forums Toronto, Canada [email protected] M: +1 437 996 7841

    Jessica has a Bachelor’s Degree from McMaster University in Art History, Criticism and Conservation. A seasoned event and marketing manager, she has executed live engagements globally in the legal, technology, financial, not-for-profit and consumer products industries for many of the world’s leading organizations. Prior to joining Cambridge Forums, Jessica worked in conference management, specializing in executive events for C-Suite executives, Board members and VIP clients. A fluid communicator, Jessica utilizes her leadership skills and passion for creating flawless participant experiences as a Forum Director, focusing on programs in private wealth and antitrust. A food & wine aficionado, Jessica is also accredited with the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 2 Award in Wine & Spirits. When she’s out of the office, Jessica enjoys hot yoga, skiing and travel.

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