What we do
Aldwych Partners is a competition consultancy that advises on CMA investigations into mergers and anti-competitive behaviour.
We are former regulators that bring together, in a single firm, the regulatory and economic analysis skills needed for competition advice.
Our clients include UK and US corporates, private equity and other investors, and law firms that wish to supplement their in-house expertise.
We act as lead competition adviser on transactions or can supplement in-house or other external support.
Aldwych Partners secures merger clearance from the Competition and Markets Authority for our clients.
As former senior executives at the UK competition authorities, we understand how merger reviews work from the inside and outside.
We were recently recognised by Global Competition Review with a shortlisting for European Merger Control Matter of the Year 2018.
Health and care: our experience runs from hospitals to care homes to children's services to diagnostics.
Food and drink: we've worked on competition issues facing retailers and food manufacturers since the 2008 groceries market investigation.
Technology: our team's experience in software firms gives us an insider's perspective on the issues in digital market investigations.
We also advise on:
Regulatory strategy: we help clients understand, and influence, their regulatory environment before engaging in sensitive, high-profile transactions.
Merger benefits: mergers that reduce competition can be cleared if consumers also benefit. Our expertise in validating consumer benefits is second to none.
Healthcare service change: our team has wider experience of advising on stakeholder engagement, operational efficiencies, organisational development and commercial agreements.
Aldwych Partners reviews the Asda/Sainsbury's merger for The Grocer.
Aldwych Partners discusses merger control risks for the UK vet sector in HealthInvestor.
Is the CMA easing up on food & drink mergers? Aldwych Partners reviews recent cases for The Grocer.
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