- Banks may be required to settle as much as $1.5 billion as class actions progress.
Alberto is a founding partners of Fideres, with over 21 years of cumulative industry experience. His area of expertise is complex antitrust investigations and regulatory advisory work. He has handled some of Fideres's largest and most complex economic investigations into the collusive practices of the financial industry, including ISDAfix and LIBOR benchmark manipulation, Generic Pharmaceuticals Cartel case and, more recently, abuse of dominance cases against monopolistic digital platforms. Before founding Fideres, he held senior managerial positions in New York and London at investment banks including UBS, ABN AMRO and The Royal Bank of Scotland. His investment banking expertise was in in fixed income bonds and derivatives markets, with a specialty in structured products. Alberto holds master-level degrees in Engineering from Politecnico di Torino and from Ecole Centrale Paris.