Alejandro Falla is a lawyer graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in 1983. He has a Master in Utility Regulation from London School of Economics and Political Science, England in 1999.
His professional career has been concentrated in the area of regulations, foreign investment and consumer protection in the public and the private sectors, as well as in the international field.
In the public sector, he was advisor to the Finance Minister of Peru in the areas of removal of obstacles to investment; competition policy; public services regulation and privatizations. Specifically, he was in charge of the identification of red tape that affects investment and design of removal mechanisms; identification and design of measures aimed at institutional strengthening of regulatory authorities and the design and development of transparency mechanisms in public management.
Since 1993 to 2001 Alejandro Falla was Commissioner of the Free Competition Commission / National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Intellectual Property Protection (INDECOPI) in charge of the Promotion of Competition in Public Services and business restructuring in Peru.
Since 2001 he is Director of the Supervising Authority for Private Investment in the Energy Sector (OSINERG) of Peru. As Director, he is in charge of the identification and design for the removal of red tape in the energy sector; price design in the energy sector; identification and sanctions of prohibit practices and the promotion of competition in the energy sector.
Currently he is consultant of BG Consulting and partner of the firm Bullard y Asociados. As consultant, he has been in charge of the design and implementation of a model Code of Ethics for Customs administrations. He has been responsible for the implementation of the Model Code in Honduras, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Paraguay.
For the United Nations for Program for Development, PROINVERSION in Peru, he was responsible for the analysis of barriers to competition and foreign investment, the regulatory framework of provision of mobile telephone services by private companies and the legal analysis of the system for public procurement through the Internet- SIPO.
He is professor of Competition Law at the Law School of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and the Universidad Privada de Ciencias Aplicadas in Lima, Peru.
He was born in Trujillo, Peru on July 06, 1965. He is married and father of twins.
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