The Danish Competition Authority finds that a digital platform for professional service providers infringed competition law by object when its algorithm suggested minimum quotes that accountants and bookkeepers should charge clients on the platform (Ageras)

Danish Competition Council: Ageras has infringed competition law* This decision concerns the actions of the digital platform Ageras A/S (Ageras). Ageras offers a digital platform - www.ageras.dk – that allows users of professional services such as accounting, bookkeeping and legal services to connect with accountants, bookkeepers and lawyers (“partners”). Ageras is also present via website in: Norway, Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and the US. The present case is delimited to Ageras’ business involving accountant and bookkeeping partners. The user submits a particular task (“leads”) to Ageras, which Ageras subsequently publishes online on Ageras’ partner website. In

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Danish Competition Authority, The Danish Competition Authority finds that a digital platform for professional service providers infringed competition law by object when its algorithm suggested minimum quotes that accountants and bookkeepers should charge clients on the platform (Ageras), 30 June 2020, e-Competitions June 2020, Art. N° 95676

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