Competition and Regulation Specialist, Advisor & Public Speaker
Applying economics to real world issues
Using practical stories to explain markets, businesses and consumers
International expertise in competition and regulation
Nimisha is a competition and regulation specialist with international experience. Having worked in consultancy firms and competition regulators in UK, New Zealand and Singapore, she has a deep understanding of how regulators operate and how markets function. She has led high-profile merger investigations, drafted merger regulation guidelines, assessed complaints of anti-competitive behaviour, and advised government agencies on competition matters.
As a former Deputy Director at the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore, Nimisha supervised in-depth market studies on e-commerce and various consumer products. As an expert, she was seconded to the Singapore Tourism Board to lead a regulatory review.
Nimisha has advised companies on the competition effects of their business strategies and conducted competition training workshops. She has presented to industry associations, business schools, universities, workshops for ASEAN government agencies, as well as at the International Competition Network Conference.
Nimisha is a former member of the UK Government Economic Service and has a MSc degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Competition in The Digital Economy
Competition is a key driver for performance and innovation. The growth of the digital economy provides an opportunity to make markets more competitive, as new entrants and business models can emerge, spurring traditional businesses to raise their game or even exit. Big data, AI and machine learning has the potential to deliver innovative and cheaper products, as well as faster and better services.
However, a changing business landscape and the digital way of doing business can introduce new and sophisticated forms of anti-competitive behaviour.
Drawing on her international experience and expert knowledge, Nimisha shares the economics of competition law, in particular, how it affects the digital economy.
Benefits of competitive markets in the digital economy
Identifying and understanding the different types of anti-competitive behavior
Navigating your business to stay competitive and enter new markets/expand
Competition risks in the digital economy
Why markets fail? When and how should government regulate?
Regulatory policy to encourage innovation and protect vulnerable consumers
How government and public policy can promote competition
Economic perspectives on competition and trade policy
WHAT OTHERS SAY...
“Nimisha spoke about the key economic issues affecting Singapore in a fun and easy to understand manner. Her informal but informative style, kept the audience engaged and broadened their perspective, generating a fruitful discussion on how industries can be transformed and what the potential opportunities are in front of us."
- Xia Jie Jessie, Managing Director, Southeast Asia, ThoughtWorks
“Nimisha helped us to evaluate our Conjunct Uni consulting programme, which she presented to us using practical insights and examples from her research. Through the use of economic frameworks and evidence based research, she demonstrated the actual market value of our work. This will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow and scale our social impact".
- Christina O Hagan, Vice President-Partners, Conjunct Consulting