Digital markets in the UK – Time to re-set the balance?
With the Covid-19 lockdown increasing our reliance on online markets and services, significant new measures in UK digital competition regulation are being developed following the Government’s acceptance of the proposals in the Furman Review.
Join Mike Craven of Lexington Communications and Rory Chisholm of FIPRA International for a discussion and Q&A on what to expect.
Among the topics discussed will be:
- Can Government strike the balance between new regulation and encouraging tech investment?
- How will the planned new Digital Markets Unit or Regulator work in practice?
- Has the COVID-19 crisis accelerated trends in digital markets, or introduced new issues for consumers?
- How closely will the UK need to work with other jurisdictions in addressing digital markets?
Want to learn more?
FIPRA’s Digital & Tech Practice supports and helps organisations in navigating the EU’s rapidly-evolving policy and regulatory landscape.
Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe – Former Treasury, BEIS and DCMS Minister
Professor Philip Marsden – Member of Furman Review; former Senior Director, CMA
Rocio Concha Galguera – Chief Economist and Head of Strategic Insight, Which?
Mike Craven – Co-founder, Lexington Communications
Rory Chisholm – Partner & Head of Competition and Antitrust Practice, FIPRA
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