The Luxembourg Competition Authority took part in the ECA Meeting in London

Participants of the ECA Meeting - picture from Sarah Cardell's LinkedIn (Chief Executive Officer at Competition and Markets Authority)

The Luxembourg Competition Authority, represented by its Vice-President Marco Estanqueiro, took part in the ECA Meeting hosted by the Competition & Markets Authority in London on the 22nd and 23rd of April.

During these two days, the participants addressed three main topics:

  • Dynamic Mergers,
  • AI foundation models and Ai as tool for enforcers, and
  • An alternative competition tool : CMA experience using the market investigation tool and developments in other juridictions.



About the ECA

Founded in 2001, the European Association of Competition Authorities (ECA), is an informal association that serves as a forum for discussion by the competition authorities of the European Economic Area (EEA), which includes the Member States of the European Union, the European Commission, the EFTA States (European Free Trade Association) Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, and the EFTA Supervisory Authority.

ECA’s purpose is to improve cooperation between competition authorities and to contribute to the efficient use of national and European competition rules, focusing on business mergers.


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