In February I blogged about CMA reforms that are making personal and business banking easier. Since then, we’ve been working with government, regulators and the industry, to make sure the benefits of these reforms are fully realised and that banks …
Last Friday (2 Feb 2018) was an exciting milestone for the Competition and Markets Authority’s Banking Investigation. One year after we put the legal order in place to make banks work harder for their customers, we have now seen a …
Today is ‘Time to Talk Day 2018’. This is an annual fixture that brings people together across the country to get talking and break the silence about mental health problems. Here at the CMA, we’ve been making quite a fuss …
CMA’s Chief Executive, Andrea Coscelli, looks back at 2017’s main achievements in this festive blog.
We’ve developed a free software tool that can help you screen tender data for those tell-tale signs that a bid might not be all it seems.
Douglas Cooper talks about the problems we’ve found in the care homes market and what we think should be done.
The CMA will be taking enforcement action to ensure that fans who use secondary ticket sites are told about resale restrictions which could lead to them being refused entry. But event organisers have a role to play too – and we want to hear your views on what that should involve.
An update from CMA Chief Executive, Andrea Coscelli, on our work and where we stand in relation to our aims and ambitions.
If a local authority trading company is to help deliver the benefits of competition to the local authority and local community, it must be exposed to real, and potential, competition.
Stephen Blake, head of the CMA’s Cartels & Criminal Group, explains how recent cartel cases can be a lesson to all on how to keep out of trouble.
From today, measures introduced by the CMA will make it easier for personal current account customers and small business owners to know what banking charges they might face.