Competition Law Compliance

Brown & Mason Group Limited places great importance on retaining a set of core values and approaches relating to its business operations. Brown & Mason recognises its obligations to all those with whom it has dealings. The reputation of Brown & Mason and the trust and confidence of those with whom it deals are among its most vital resources, and the protection of these is of fundamental importance. Brown & Mason demands and maintains high ethical standards in carrying out its business activities. Anti-competitive practices will not be tolerated.

The company and the Board of Brown & Mason are fully committed to competing fairly and in fully compliance with the spirit and the letter of the law.  Brown & Mason has set out a clear competition law compliance policy for the benefit of all staff, which has been fully endorsed by the Board.

All directors and employees of Brown & Mason are required to comply with competition law at all times.  Furthermore, individuals are encouraged to report any behaviour they become aware of, where they have concerns that it may breach the competition rules.

Please click the link below to see our Policy Statement.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The sector in which Brown & Mason provides its services has been the subject of a number of competition law investigations over the last 20 years, and this may continue to happen unless past practices change for the better.  Indeed, Brown & Mason – alongside other contractors – has previously been the subject of a competition investigation.  However, Brown & Mason is absolutely committed to driving better industry practices and to sharing relevant sector guidance – developed by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) – to encourage and enable competition law-compliant behaviours.  Brown & Mason would therefore encourage all industry professionals to familiarise themselves and colleagues with the information set out in the following CMA guidance documents (links below):