UK Competition & Markets Authority - CMA (London)

Martin Coleman

UK Competition & Markets Authority - CMA (London)
Non-Executive Director

Martin Coleman was appointed panel chair and panel inquiry chair of the Competition and Markets Authority on 19 September 2018 and has been a non-executive director of the board since 1 October 2017. He is also a member of the remuneration committee. Martin Coleman currently also serves as deputy chair of the office for students, the regulator for higher education in England, and a trustee of Police Now, whose mission is to transform communities, reduce crime and increase the public’s confidence in policing. Martin Coleman is a Quondam Fellow of Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge.


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UK Competition & Markets Authority - CMA (London)
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1947 Bulletin

Caroline Thomas, George Cameron, Mark Simpson, Martin Coleman, Mike Knapper The EU Commission announces the adoption of a revised technology transfer block exemption regulation and new accompanying guidelines


This article has been nominated for the 2015 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Introduction The European Commission has recently announced its adoption of a revised Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation and new accompanying (...)

Martin Coleman Collective dominance: An overview of EU and national case law


1. Introduction The last special issue on collective dominance, by Nicolas Petit and Norman Neyrinck in October 2011, focussed mainly on the requirement of dominance. The authors provided a comprehensive overview of the application of EU law to the concept of collective dominance in merger (...)

Heather Irvine, Martin Coleman, Nick McHugh The Mauritius Competition Authority follows the UK Competition Authority’s lead in examining banks’ practices in the payment protection insurance and credit life insurance sector (Bank One / Barclays Bank)


Given burgeoning competition law regimes in Africa, international and local African lenders, as well as retailers extending credit, will have to reconsider their approach to offering credit life insurance with their loans in many African jurisdictions. This is evident from recent judgments by (...)

Heather Irvine, Martin Coleman, Nick McHugh The Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa recognises right to class actions in competition cases (Children’s Resource Centre Trust / Pioneer Food)


In South Africa, the Supreme Court of Appeal has for the first time recognised in principle the availability of class actions to enforce damages claims resulting from practices prohibited under South Africa’s competition act. The judgment represents a fundamental change, because previously South (...)


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