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European Commission’s Antitrust Concerns Lead to Syndicated Loans Market Study

Eric Barbier de La Serre et al., Jones Day Commentary, May 2017

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The European Commission has launched a tender offer to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the competitive aspects of the EU market for syndicated loans.

While not a formal investigation by the Commission, the action could lead to a sector inquiry and enforcement actions.

The Study will involve telephone interviews and questionnaires sent to lenders and borrowers. Companies should use caution when responding to inquiries.

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