A Q&A with John Fingleton

John Fingleton stepped down as chief executive of what was then the UK’s Office of Fair Trading 10 years ago this summer. A decade on, the founder of Fingleton Associates reflects on why the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority is now the world’s fifth-most important antitrust enforcer, how the country’s concurrency regime falls short and why governments should consider letting merger reviews play out before investigating national security concerns.

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