Dan Elliott, Director of Frontier’s Transport and Water practices, today joined a distinguished panel at Cass Business School for a round table discussion of the potential impact of Brexit on UK regulatory policy.
A new journal article, co-authored by Andrew Leicester of Frontier, finds that the private rented sector should be the key focus of policies designed to improve the uptake of energy efficiency measures in residential housing.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its final report into the asset management market. Frontier has advised clients on their response to the market study.
Federico Cilauro, consultant at Frontier, today gave a presentation at a Westminster eForum seminar on UK tech post-Brexit.
While 15% of secondary school pupils in the UK receive free school meals, these students make up only 2% of the intake at England’s 25 most selective universities.
Associate Director José María Rodríguez and Consultant Luigi Stammati, both based in Frontier’s Madrid office, spoke at the Communication-Policy-Research (CPR) LATAM conference in Cartagena, Colombia today
Associate Director José María Rodríguez and Consultant Luigi Stammati, both based in Frontier’s Madrid office, spoke at the Communication-Policy-Research (CPR) LATAM conference in Cartagena, Colombia.
Ofgem, Britain’s energy market regulator, has today confirmed its decision to reduce the payments which embedded generators receive as a result of network charging arrangements.
TD Securities, a leading Canadian investment bank and financial services provider, today held its annual Dollar Bloc conference at the Dorchester Hotel in London. Frontier contributed to two sessions as part of the day-long event.
The Mexican telecoms regulator (Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones, IFT) has today published a consultation on the methodology that will be used to assess the economic replicability of retail tariffs in different market segments.
Frontier Economics and CMS have produced a report assessing the case for keeping Berlin Tegel airport open.
The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER), the energy regulator in Ireland, has today published its draft decision regarding Gas Networks Ireland’s (GNI) Price Control 4.
José María Rodríguez, Associate Director in the Telecoms practice at Frontier Economics, was today interviewed by the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio about the latest developments of the mobile industry in Perú.
With the UK’s “snap” general election now only days away, Frontier Economics has been examining a potentially rich, and under-analysed, source of predictive information – constituency-level betting odds.
Frontier Economics is pleased to announce that five of its competition experts are included in the Who’s Who Legal’s “Competition – Future Leaders 2017” listing.
Last night, Frontier Economics held its bi-annual reception for its clients the Royal Exchange in London.
Frontier Economics is expanding its continental European presence and has today launched its second German office in Berlin.
While the issue of cross-subsidies has been central to many of the recent regulatory investigations into financial services, there has been remarkably little agreement about the existence and nature of these cross-subsidies.
European energy markets are currently going through a series of fundamental changes. in recent months, Frontier staff as authored three German trade publications on Energy related topics.
Frontier’s latest bulletin explores the potential impact of various Brexit and French exit (“Frexit”) scenarios on France’s trade.