Is your business aware of competition law and the risks of non-compliance?

Would you like to meet with our competition law team free of charge for up to two hours to discuss your business and what you should do to comply?

Competition law should be a key priority for all businesses whatever their size or the nature of their activities, given the potential administrative and criminal sanctions for competition law breaches. Corporate governance standards, business profitability and local and international reputation can all be put at risk by an infringement of competition law. Breaches can also result in huge fines of up to 10% of global turnover, director disqualification for up to 15 years, prison sentences of up to five years and civil damages claims.

To find out more, follow this link .

Alternatively, you can jump straight to our questionnaire, to help establish whether your business is currently aware of its competition law obligations.

If you would like to speak with our competition law team then please contact Mark Clough or your usual TIO Group contact.

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