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CMA’s Renewed Interest in Trade Associations

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) recently released a blog post authored by Simon Nichols, CMA Project Director. It acts as a stark reminder of the importance of competition compliance and the consequences of...more

Competition Law Threat to Active Fund Managers

SCM Direct ("SCM"), an investment manager based in the UK, has recently called for the Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") and Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") to investigate actively managed funds sector for alleged...more

Competition and Markets Authority Opens Investigation into Auction Service Providers

On 22 November 2016, the Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) announced that it had opened a formal investigation into suspected anti-competitive practices in relation to the supply of auction services in the UK. In...more

All Foreign Takeovers of UK Companies to be Reviewed Following Brexit?

Recent statements by Theresa May and her staff uncover the first potential significant change to UK competition law as a result of Brexit. A Downing Street spokesperson has indicated that all “foreign takeovers” of UK...more

BREXIT: Stay Calm - Effects on Antitrust Expected to be Limited

Should the UK leave the EU, the way how antitrust rules apply to companies based in and doing business in the EU and in the UK is unlikely to change significantly in the short or medium term. Notably, UK domestic...more

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