Consultation outcome

Transparency in Consumer Enforcement Cases – Draft Supplementary Note

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

Detail of feedback received

No comments were received by the CMA.

Original consultation

Summary

Consultation on a Draft Supplementary Note on the CMA’s approach to transparency in consumer enforcement cases. The consultation closed on 6 June 2018.

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Consultation description

We are inviting views on a Draft Supplementary Note that provides information about the CMA’s approach to transparency in consumer enforcement cases, in particular the circumstances in which it may publicly name parties under investigation.

The Draft Supplementary Note is based on the CMA’s experience in conducting consumer enforcement work to date, and supplements the guidance on the CMA’s broader approach to transparency in CMA6 Transparency and Disclosure: the CMA’s Policy and Approach and CMA58 Consumer Protection: Enforcement Guidance.

The CMA will publish a final version of the Supplementary Note taking into account comments received alongside its existing consumer enforcement guidance, CMA58.

Documents

Published 9 May 2018