Christina’s expert focus is placed on EU and Greek Competition Law, covering antitrust and regulatory aspects of M&A transactions,

cartel and dominance compliance issues, State Aid, and other behavioral and regulatory matters.

Academic Background

  • King’s College London (LL.M. in Competition Law)
  • University of Athens Faculty of Laws (LL.M. in Commercial Law)
  • University of Athens Faculty of Laws (LL.B.)


  • Greek
  • English
  • French

Professional Memberships

  • Member of the Athens Bar Association

Career Highlights

Recent work includes advice to:

  • Nexi S.p.A. on the successful completion of its strategic partnership with Alpha Bank in the area of digital payments. The concentration was cleared unconditionally by the HCC,
  • PPCR S.A. and HELECTOR S.A. with respect to the set-up of a Joint Venture and strategic partnerships in RES-related projects, spanning merger control clearances and vertical supply agreements to information exchange between competitors. The transaction was cleared unconditionally by the HCC,
  • NN Group on the acquisition of MetLife’s business in Greece,
  • Cohn Robbins Holdings Corp. (NYSE: CRHC) in connection with the public listing on the NYSE of Allwyn Entertainment (the group-wide brand of SAZKA Entertainment AG) with a total enterprise value of approximately $9.3 billion,
  • Eurobank on the sale of an 80% stake in its servicing subsidiary Eurobank Financial Planning Services S.A. to doValue S.p.A.,
  • Skroutz S.A. in relation to the sale of 45% of its shares to CVC Capital Partners,
  • Adidas Hellas S.A. on the monitoring of its distribution – franchise network,
  • McArthur Glen Designer Outlet Athens on antitrust aspects of its Commercial Cooperation Agreements,
  • Hellenic Post (ELTA) on antitrust investigation before EETT in relation to alleged abuse of its dominance position,
  • Fraport Greece in relation to the implementation of the Concession Agreement,
  • ERGODYNAMIKI PATRON S.A. on antitrust investigation before HCC in relation to alleged abuse of article 101 TFEU,
  • Advising on competition law compliance issues, particularly in relation to the exchange of commercially sensitive information, pertaining to the operation of platforms entrusted with the management of syndicated non-performing loans issued by the four systemic banks in Greece.