The EU commission publishes its final study on antitrust aspects in EU loan syndication markets

In its recent assessment of the European loan syndication sector from an antitrust perspective, the European Commission did not find specific evidence or indication of any current antitrust infringements. However, the Commission and national competition authorities will likely closely monitor this sector going forward, so market participants should ensure they have in place appropriate antitrust compliance safeguards regarding loan syndication activities across all segments of syndication across all EU member states. As the same market structure and antitrust doctrinal considerations detailed in the assessment apply equally to loan syndication markets throughout the world and, most notably, in the United States, market participants should be similarly vigilant in their antitrust

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Michael Masling, Florian Hinderer, The EU commission publishes its final study on antitrust aspects in EU loan syndication markets, 8 April 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2019, Art. N° 90190

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