- Competition and Markets Authority
- Part of:
- Competition Act 98 and cartels guidance, Competition law compliance: guidance for businesses, and Competition law
- 27 March 2015
A 60-second summary on how businesses and individuals can apply to the CMA for leniency.
PDF, 115KB, 1 page
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Businesses and individuals can face significant penalties if they have been involved in a cartel.
This summary explains how the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA) leniency policy can protect those who report their involvement in a cartel and what the requirements are to qualify for leniency.
For further information about leniency, see Cartels: confess and apply for leniency.
Published: 27 March 2015