Anna Lane is an analyst in Frontier’s Berlin office, advising leading companies and regulators on matters relating to competition and energy markets.
She combines econometric skills with a deep understanding of the underlying markets she’s working in. Recent examples of her work include assessing cartel damages and investigating the market conditions for investment into new energy storage solutions.
She holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Bonn with a focus on microeconomic theory and worked in a behavioural economics research institute as a student research assistant for several years. She holds two bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Economics from Boston University, where she graduated in 2017.
Anna Lane is fluent in English and German.