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Guidance on Competition Law

Trade associations can provide benefits to the marketplace but because they may involve groups of competitors working together on common industry issues, trade associations are subject to particular scrutiny under the competition laws that are intended to preserve competition by prohibiting concerted practices that restrict competition.

Participants in the Leasing Foundation are not restricted in any respect in how they conduct their businesses. Participants are free to make independent, competitive business decisions.

It is the policy of the Leasing Foundation to comply with all antitrust or other competition‐related laws, and so we recommend that anyone who participates in a Foundation activity familiarise themselves with our Guidance on Competition Law (PDF 78kb).