Turkish Competition Authority (Ankara)

Harun Gündüz

Turkish Competition Authority (Ankara)
Competition Expert

Harun Gunduz is a graduate of Ankara University, Faculty of Law. He was awarded an LL.M in Competition Law at King’s College London in 2012. He was awarded another master degree in Administrative Law at Ankara University, Faculty of Law in 2013. Harun Gunduz is working as a case-handler for the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) since 2005. As a professional staff of the TCA, he has been taking part in many case-handling teams dealing with restrictive agreements, mergers, unilateral conducts and privatization and liberalization transactions. He has written several academic articles and theses on procedural matters in competition law, including the interaction between human rights and competition law, administrative fines, leniency, and private actions for damages.

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Articles

794 Bulletin

Harun Gündüz The Turkish Competition Authority announces its long-awaited decision regarding imposition of fines on major banks for concerted practices in relation to credit card fees and interest rates for deposits (Akbank and Others)

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TCA Hits Banks With Record Fines* In Friday evening (8 March 2013), after the closing of stock exchange, the TCA has announced its long-awaited decision regarding major banks of Turkey. The TCA hits 12 major banks with record fines totalling 1,11 billion Turkish liras (around 480 million (...)

Harun Gündüz The Turkish Competition Authority imposes fines on two undertakings for bid-rigging, price-fixing, and information sharing on the steel straps market (Steel Straps Cartel)

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TCA Fined Steel Straps Producers* According to the press release published today, Turkish Competition Authority (the TCA) imposed fines on two undertakings for bid-rigging, price-fixing, and information sharing on steel straps market. Although the details of the case has not been publicized (...)

Harun Gündüz The Turkish Competition Authority’s member of the board expresses a dissenting opinion about the legality of the fines imposed according to the fining regulations

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Stories on the Fining Regulation (1): Can Anyone Spot The Difference?* The story begins in January 2008 by the amendments made to the Competition Act. These amendments mainly contain the inclusion of the leniency and the possibility of imposition of fines on individuals. Apart from that, the (...)

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