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Why Private Equity firms need to consider competition law risks before any investment following the Goldman Sachs fine from the Commission
Cindy Valentine and Gregg Beechey provide an outline of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD)
Louise Freeman, Litigation partner, wrote an article for Global Competition Review following her role as lead defence counsel in the Cooper Tire case.
The revival story, the story of Africa today, is not all about the discovery of oil.
Erika Van Der Merwe, CEO of SAVCA, looks at the trends in the private equity market in South Africa and the impact of private equity in the region.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is recommending an in-depth market ‘root and branch’ investigation of the UK retail banking sector.
Fines of €427.7 million have been imposed on the French pharma company Servier and five producers of generic medicines for breaching Articles 101 and 102 TFEU.
The FCO has imposed fines of around €338 million on 21 sausage manufacturers as well as 33 individuals who were personally involved in price-fixing agreements.
The UK government has published draft legislation aiming to improve "transparency and trust" in corporate Britain, but the scope of the changes remains wide open in some very important respects.
Following a successful appeal to the General Court, Sasol’s cartel fine has been reduced by over half from €318 million to just under €150 million.
Simon RickettsSimon Ricketts is the author of planning blog L is for Localism. Providing updates and insightful commentary to the planning industry.