Lord Cur­rie to step down as chair­man of CMA

The Daily Telegraph - Business - - Business -

Lord Cur­rie of Maryle­bone, the chair­man of the Com­pe­ti­tion and Mar­kets Au­thor­ity, said he would step down from the role once a suc­ces­sor has been found. Lord Cur­rie has chaired the an­titrust agency since its cre­ation in 2013, when UK merger and an­titrust bod­ies were com­bined. The CMA said the suc­ces­sor would shape and de­liver the or­gan­i­sa­tion’s ap­proach to Brexit.

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