Vincent Mussche is a partner in the competition and European law practice at Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick. His practice focuses on EU and Belgian competition law. He is a seasoned multifaceted antitrust lawyer with significant expertise in successfully managing local and global complex multi-jurisdictional merger filings and cartel investigations, and in the development and implementation of tailored competition compliance programmes.

Vincent has been practising competition law in Brussels for more than 15 years. He started his career in 2004 as a trainee at the European Commission and the Belgian Competition Authority. He subsequently worked at two international law firms and also acquired significant in-house experience as antitrust counsel at two major multinationals. He studied law in Namur and Leuven, and obtained an LLM at the College of Europe in Bruges (2004).