We've been working apace since our last bulletin in December. Read about some of our recent highlights in Andrea Coscelli's blog post.
Promoting Competition bulletins
We’ve been extremely busy since our last Promoting Competition bulletin, working hard to protect consumers and to ensure markets work in their favour. We continue to make substantial progress on two important cross-cutting initiatives - the first initiative is strengthening …
2017/18 was another very busy and productive year for us, and you can read more about our work in markets as varied as care homes, online gambling, digital comparison tools, supermarkets and offshore engineering services in our latest Annual Report. …
Four years on from the creation of the CMA, we face opportunities and challenges that would have been hard to predict back in 2014. High among these is the UK’s exit from the EU (Exit). It presents clear opportunities as …
An update from CMA Chief Executive, Andrea Coscelli, on our work and where we stand in relation to our aims and ambitions.
It’s been an eventful period since our last Promoting Competition bulletin, and there’s a lot to update you on.
In this year's annual plan, we said we would step up the pace, scale and impact of our enforcement, as an important part of our mission to make markets work well for consumers, businesses and the economy.
Last month we published our final report following our 2-year energy market investigation, so this is a good time to reflect on the most comprehensive investigation into the sector since privatisation.
Concluding our second year as a new department, we’ve been able to benefit from the groundwork laid last year to create a strong organisational capacity and a targeted project portfolio.
Here at the CMA, in these few months since our last Promoting Competition bulletin, we’ve continued to see a lot of activity and some big milestones.