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The Competition Authority and the National Consumer Agency have amalgamated to form the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) on the 31 October 2014.

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Tca.ie will remain fully up to date until our new site is ready.



  • 29
    Jan
    The proposed acquisition by Dalata Hotel Group plc. of certain hotels of the Moran/Bewley's Hotel Group has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. more

  • 27
    Jan
    The proposed acquisition of sole control of the Jurys Inn Group by LSF Irish Holdings XLIV Limited, has been notified to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. more

  • 27
    Jan
    The proposed acquisition of the business and assets of the Charleville Park Hotel by Atlantic Troy Limited, has been notified to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. more

  • 22
    Jan
    The proposed acquisition of Commons Road Cars Limited by JDM Automotive Limited has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. more

  • 22
    Jan
    The proposed acquisition by CVC Capital Partners of Sky Bet has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. more

  • 22
    Jan
    The proposed acquisition of Tom Chawke Trading Limited by Maxol Limited has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. more

  • 21
    Jan
    Job vacancies: the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has two vacancies in its Communications and Consumer Help Division more

Welcome to the Competition Authority website:

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission was formed on 31 October 2014 following the amalgamation of the Competition Authority and the National Consumer Agency. On that day the Competition and Consumer Protection Act 2014 came in to force. The Commission has a new dual mandate to enforce competition and consumer protection law and we will build on the work of the legacy organisations to: protect and strengthen competition, empower consumers to make informed decisions and protect them from harmful business practices.

Click here to read more about the Competition Authority or visit our new website to find out more about the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.


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Date Printed: 01 February 2015

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