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Stephanie Liston appointed to Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority

Posted on 09 July 2020

Mishcon Senior Counsel Stephanie Liston has been appointed the new Chair of the Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority (JCRA).

The Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority is the independent body with specific responsibility for the postal, telecommunications and ports sectors in Jersey.

The Authority is responsible for the administration and enforcement of competition law in Jersey, including merger control. For the regulated sectors, the Authority’s work entails monitoring compliance with licence conditions, undertaking market reviews and investigations where required.

Its focus is to ensure that it adds value by ensuring there is fair competition and consumers have access to a wide choice of products and services at the best possible prices.

Stephanie is an international expert in a wide range of technologies and has been a leading partner in the most respected communications law firms, having worked in the US, UK and British Virgin Islands. She is currently Senior Counsel and leads the Firm's cross-disciplinary Regulatory Group. 

Senator Lyndon Farnham, the Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport & Culture, has responsibility for competition policy in Jersey and said, “We have to ensure we have appropriate levels of competition across the different sectors of our economy, especially as we begin to rebuild our economy after Covid19.

I welcome Stephanie Liston, who is a candidate of high calibre and experience, to this important role leading the JCRA Board. I know she will play a pivotal role into the future for the benefit of consumers in Jersey.

Commenting on her appointment, Stephanie said, “I am looking forward to actively and transparently engaging with and focusing the attention of the Authority in the best interests of Jersey and all stakeholders - Government, business, and consumers.”

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