Long-serving Norton Rose Fulbright competition head Coleman leaves to join the CMA

Martin Coleman leaves Norton Rose to become non-executive director at Competition and Markets Authority

Norton Rose Fulbright global head of antitrust and competition Martin Coleman has left the firm to become a non-executive director at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

Coleman, who retired from Norton Rose’s partnership this September, has also recently taken up appointments as a board member of the Higher Education Funding Council for England and as deputy chair of the Office for Students, the new regulator for higher education in England.

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