Anna Caro and Tim Geer’s blog about the benefits of international cooperation in merger investigations and how this can ultimately help merging firms and enable agencies to better protect UK consumers.
If you’re a business owner or a company director, it’s your responsibility to ensure that your business complies with competition law. If your business colludes with others to engage in price fixing, market sharing or bid rigging, here’s what can happen.
Healthy competition between suppliers is good for businesses and customers alike. But sometimes suppliers get together and collude. In this blog I'll be covering why that's bad for business.
It’s 2 years since most of our reforms to the retail banking sector came into effect, following our 2016 investigation. These were designed to make banks work harder for their customers – both individuals and SMEs.
Today, 6th February, is Time to Talk Day 2020. This is a national event encouraging everyone to be more open about mental health. As you may be aware from previous blogs, I've made the highly personal choice to write about …
David Dorrell, Director of Data Science explains why we are developing the capability of our DaTA Unit and the new job roles available.
We're celebrating our fourth annual Wellbeing Week at the CMA. In this blog post, Adam shares an exercise he's found useful to promote positive wellbeing at work.
We provide insight into how we investigate cartels including the processes involved.
This blog explains what happens when you report a business cartel to us and the processes we have in place to help protect those who 'blow the whistle' on them.
We've been working apace since our last bulletin in December. Read about some of our recent highlights in Andrea Coscelli's blog post.
No-one wants to cancel a holiday but if you have to, you shouldn't lose out more than is necessary. This blog explains what consumer law means for deposit and cancellation fees, and how you can make sure you’re being treated fairly.