The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has dismissed criticisms of its approach to market studies after firms and trade bodies complained they take too long to complete and are too burdensome on businesses.
In response to its Approach to Competition consultation paper, published last December, the regulator said a number of firms and trade organisations had complained its market study process was "too long"...
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