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Paolo is a competition expert at the Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority. He is also an expert in competition and economics at the Bar Standards Board. Prior to joining the Bank, Paolo was Chief Economist at the BBC Trust for three years, after spending three years at the Office of Fair Trading as an economic adviser. Before this, he worked at Vodafone Group as a regulatory economist and in economic consultancies. Paolo has published in the Journal of Banking Regulation, World Competition, the Journal of Competition Law & Economics, the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, European Law Review, the Antitrust Bulletin and Telecommunications Policy. He graduated from Bocconi University in business administration, holds a postgraduate masters in international economics and finance from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and completed a PhD in law and economics at University College London, where he is Visiting Lecturer at the Faculty of Laws. His research is currently focused on the nexus between competition, prudential regulation and financial stability.