Biography

Thomas is a DPhil student at Brasenose College. He researches the potential anti-competitive effects of horizontal shareholding by institutional investors. Horizontal shareholding exists when the leading shareholders of horizontal competitors overlap, which is increasingly the case in many industries. Thomas takes a holistic approach to this topic by integrating competition law research with insights from corporate governance and corporate law scholarship, economic theory, and empirical economic research. Thomas' research is funded by Oxford's Law Faculty and Brasenose College, where he is a Senior hulme Scholar. Professor Luca Enriques and Professor Martin C. Schmalz supervise his research.

Thomas obtained a Magister Juris degree (Distinction) from the University of Oxford, graduating first in class (Clifford Chance prize). He also holds a Master of Laws from KU Leuven (summa cum laude), where he graduated first in class.

Thomas used to practise law in Brussels and London.

Publications

Recent additions

  • T. Reyntjens and A.G. Yasar, 'Not all cartel facilitators are the same: legal implications and policy considerations' (2019) European Competition Law Review

Journal Article (1)

T. Reyntjens and A.G. Yasar, 'Not all cartel facilitators are the same: legal implications and policy considerations' (2019) European Competition Law Review

Research Interests

Competition law and policy; corporate law and governance; comparative law; corporate ownership structures; general EU institutional and internal market law.

Research projects