This blog takes a look at the Digital Markets Unit and it's proposed regime to ensure fair competition across the digital landscape.
The Office for the Internal Market (OIM) been working with economists across the whole of the UK to understand how our internal market works, and why it’s likely to exceed £190 billion a year. Read more about it in Rachel’s blog.
The CMA has newly created positions available within the DMU from April 2022. We’re looking for candidates with a broad range of work backgrounds and experience, to enrich the capability and culture of the DMU team as well as the wider organisation. Read this blog to find out more.
There are many benefits to switching your current account to another bank or building society. Peter Hill explains why switching can be a great idea, and the work we’ve done to make the process easier and simpler for you.
The CMA has completed an in-depth market investigation into the funerals sector after concerns were raised that funeral directors were not treating customers fairly. To address these concerns and help consumers during what is often a difficult time, we've issued a legal Order to funeral directors and crematorium operators.
We want to make sure that people are treated fairly and have access to a range of choices when organising a funeral. Read more in Darren's blog about the issues we're looking at and how you can respond to our investigation.
An airport slot is the right for an airline to take-off or land at a particular airport, at a particular time. Find out from our Advocacy Team why we’re recommending changes to how airport slots are allocated.
Open Banking is the central element of the remedies package the CMA put in place to tackle competition problems found in our market investigation into the UK’s retail banking market.
2018 has been another busy and exciting year for us at the CMA, and I’ve been reflecting on all our achievements over the past 12 months.
The CMA and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), have been working together to review remedies – interventions – that apply to markets and the businesses that operate in them.