New decade, new government: evolution of the competition and consumer regimes
Philip Collins, Chairman of the UK Office of Fair Trading, considers the challenges that the competition and consumer regimes face given the fundamental changes that have taken place over the past decade—particularly to the legislative landscape—and the economic constraints currently affecting both private and public spheres.
High gas and electricity prices across Europe have raised urgent concerns and started a debate about possible ways to mitigate the impacts on consumers. Countries have adopted a variety of national measures, which can be broadly classified under four categories: retail market interventions, wholesale market interventions, security of supply… Read More
As we adjust to a high inflation environment, those who are fortunate enough to have savings are seeing their purchasing power erode by up to 10% per year. In the UK, one way to mitigate the effects of inflation is through investing in Stocks and Shares ISAs. But why… Read More