The Department for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources of the Republic of Ireland has appointed Frontier (Europe) to carry out an independent analysis of the options for compliance with the unbundling provisions of the Third Energy Package.
In September 2007, the OFT issued a Statement of Objections against leading retailers and dairy processors for breaches of Competition Law.
Frontier’s latest bulletin focuses on the choices that face the UK Government following the election on 6 May.
The manifestos of the three leading parties in the UK General Election promise more regulation and intervention for banks and other financial services providers.
Frontier (Europe) has published two bulletins that focus on the question of how national courts in Europe might assess private action claims for compensation arising from competition law infringements.
The OFT has today given unconditional clearance to the completed acquisition by C&C Group of the Gaymers Cider Company.
The National Health Service (NHS) in England has released its Premises Assurance Model for Acute Services in England has been released to support the NHS in improving the quality and safety of NHS premises while improving efficiency and effectiveness.
The Jersey Competition and Regulatory Authority (JCRA) today announced its proposal to issue two new licences for postal operators in Jersey.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) in the UK has today received a super-complaint from Consumer Focus, a statutory consumer body, relating to tax free savings products, known as cash ISAs.
Neil Chesters has joined Frontier (Europe) as a manager.
The UK Competition Commission (CC) has today formally cleared the merger of Brightsolid and Friends Reunited who both provide online genealogy services.
The UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has published a new guide for policy makers considering using choice and competition in the delivery of public services.
Dr Andreas Seeliger of Frontier (Europe) gave a presentation at the Wingas Business Forum 2010 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
A unique crime reduction project has been shown to substantially cut re-offending rates, potentially saving the taxpayer millions of pounds, a report by Frontier (Europe) reveals.
The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) has published its dominance assessment concerning retail domestic fixed telephony markets.
Frontier (Europe) has recently assisted a European mobile operator to respond to allegations from a national competition authority that certain terms in a national roaming contract were anti-competitive.
E-Control, the Austrian energy regulator has published its 2009 annual report, which provides an overview of recent regulatory developments in the Austrian power and natural gas markets.
Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has settled a transfer pricing issue with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
The UK Competition Commission (CC) has today provisionally cleared the merger of Brightsolid and Friends Reunited who both provide online genealogy services.
Investment funds advised by Australian private equity firm Pacific Equity Partners (PEP) today closed their takeover bid for Energy Developments Limited having accumulated an 80% stake.