Written by Jennifer Trenery on Tuesday October 30, 2018
At the ICA, we aim to provide our compliance community with a wealth of knowledge and educational tools. As part of this manifesto, we endeavour to provide guidance on ethical conduct and public service campaigns to ensure that compliance practitioners, globally, are operating within the parameters of best practice. Our focus is to support our members and students to be the best they can be. Ethical excellence is integral to this approach, as per our Code of Conduct.
As part of this ongoing commitment, we are pleased to continue with our partnership with the government’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on their ‘Be Safe Not Sorry’ cartel's campaign for the second year running.
How much do you know about cartels and competition law?
If you suspect a business is engaging in illegal cartel behaviour, such as price fixing, information or market sharing, we urge you to report this to us by contacting the CMA cartels hotline on 020 3738 6888 or emailing email@example.com.
Find out more about the CMA's campaign here.
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