Duff & Phelps' monitoring and receivership approach combines local knowledge within their offices, specific industry knowledge and experience in dealing with competition authority procedures.
Throughout the world, competition authorities such as the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Justice and the European Commission accept remedies offered by merging firms, such as a divestiture, to resolve competition concerns arising from transactions.
In this situation, the competition authority may require the appointment of a monitoring trustee (also known as merger trustee or interim monitor) to oversee the implementation of the remedies and report to the competition authority.
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