Chris Dyke will be speaking at the upcoming Competition Law in the Financial Services Sector conference, on Tuesday 30 May 2017 in London.
With continuing regulatory focus on the financial services sector, requirements in merger control and competition law continue to be as stringent as ever, and this unique one-day conference will provide the most up-to-date information. The conference will highlight the latest updates on all major issues in financial services competition law, from the Deutsche Bank/LSE merger, to big data and private enforcement.
Chris’ talk will focus on cartels and criminal anti-competitive behaviour in financial services, and will consider individual criminal liability for anti-competitive behaviour, cartel facilitation practices and the recent developments, and future issues, in the prosecution and defence of cartel offences.
Access the conference’s full agenda here.
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