The UK Competition Authority disqualifies five directors in relation to two separate construction cartels (Campbell / Hudson / Sherling)

The Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") has disqualified five directors in relation to two separate construction cartels. Three of the directors were disqualified following an investigation by the CMA into two of the UK’s largest suppliers of rolled lead roofing materials, Associated Lead Mills Ltd ("ALM") and H.J. Enthoven Ltd (trading as BLM British Lead). Two of the director disqualifications relate to the CMA's 2019 decision finding that three suppliers of pre-cast concrete drainage

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Steven Vaz, The UK Competition Authority disqualifies five directors in relation to two separate construction cartels (Campbell / Hudson / Sherling), 10 March 2021, e-Competitions April 2021 - II, Art. N° 100016

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