Juliette Enser

Juliette Enser will succeed Howard Cartlidge as Senior Director of Cartels at the start of April, on Mr Cartlidge’s retirement after 25 years working in competition law and policy, the last three of which have been spent with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Juliette Enser originally joined the CMA’s predecessor body, the Office of Fair Trading, in 2010, having worked as a competition lawyer in private practice. Ms Enser then took up the role of Director of Cartel Enforcement for the newly formed CMA in 2014, before serving as Senior Director for Subsidy Control. As part of her new role, Ms Enser will have overall responsibility for the CMA’s cartel investigations across a wide range of sectors, while encouraging consumers and businesses to report illegal activity to the CMA. She has previously been responsible for numerous cartels investigations tackling illegal behaviour, with serious consequences for the companies involved and their directors.

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