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LSE School Secretary appointed to the Competition Service

Susan ScholefieldSusan Scholefield (pictured), LSE School Secretary, has been appointed by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills as Non-Executive Member to the Competition Service.

The Competition Service funds and provides support services to the Competition Appeal Tribunal. The support services it provides cover everything necessary to facilitate the carrying out by the Competition Appeal Tribunal of its statutory functions and includes, for example, specialist legal, administrative staff, and accommodation services.

Susan’s appointment is for four years starting on Friday 1 November.

Competition Minister Jo Swinson (LSE BSc Management, 2000) said: "The knowledge and experience of members makes a vital contribution to the excellent work of the Competition Service. I am pleased to welcome Susan Scholefield as the Non-Executive Member. She brings with her an impressive wealth of knowledge and experience from a distinguished and varied career and will be a great asset to the UK's competition regime."

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18 October 2013