The Italian Competition Authority fines three companies and a multi-firm agent for concerted practices in the healthcare insurance sector (Campanian insurance tenders)

On September 28th, 2011 the Italian Competition Authority (hereinafter ICA) sanctioned with a total fine of EUR 13.583.515 three insurance companies [1] and a multi-firm agent [2] for concerted practices in the healthcare insurance sector. Object of the proceeding, whose investigation activity started in 2009, was the existence of a complex and continuous agreement between the companies, startED in 2003 and ended in late 2008, concerning the distribution of market share for insurance on civil liability towards third parties (italian acronym RCT) [3] and insurance on civil liability towards employees (RCO) [4] in Campanian local health authorities (ASL) and public health corporations (AO). The agreement was characterized by the repetition in the course of time of a behavior

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Valerio Cosimo Romano, The Italian Competition Authority fines three companies and a multi-firm agent for concerted practices in the healthcare insurance sector (Campanian insurance tenders), 28 September 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin September 2011, Art. N° 39719

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