Caitlin Wilkinson

Caitlin Wilkinson

United Kingdom, London, UK
Partner at KPMG
Profession: Partner, Economist
Industry: Competition


Partner at KPMG where she helped set up the Competition Economics practice. Caitlin advises on the full range of competition cases, across sectors including FS, energy, technology and healthcare. Recent experience includes advising: the EC on the Google-Shopping Remedies, a major Payments System Operator, and a manufacturer defending a claim at the UK High Court. Caitlin previously worked at the Competition Commission, and has an MPhil Economics (distinction) and a BA PPE from Oxford University.




AntitrustCommercial disputesEU antitrust Abuse of DominanceState AidMergersLitigationInvestigations



Partner at KPMG

October 2011 - Present • London, United Kingdom

Caitlin became a Partner at KPMG in 20219. At KPMG she advises clients on the full range of competition cases. Highlights have included advising the EC on the Google Shopping Remedies, advising defendants in the contexts of claims at the CAT and the UK High Court, advising utilities in the context of price control appeals at the CMA, advising a major Payments System Operator on the set up of new payments infrastructure, advising the UK Government on major State aid cases including Hinkley Point C, and advising leading market players through market studies and investigations in sectors including FS, energy and private healthcare.

The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)

Economic Advisor at The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)

3 years • October 2008 - October 2011 • London, United Kingdom

Caitlin was an Economic Advisor at the UK Competition Commission, where she worked on phase 2 merger cases and market invsetigations.


University of Oxford

MPhil Economics (distinction)

University of Oxford

BA PPE (1st class, Hicks-Webb Medley Prize for Economics)

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