Our Finance work
Financial analysis and advice form an important part of our project work. It cuts across our different practice areas and is relevant to a wide variety of client issues. Our clients in this area include regulated entities, regulators, private and government investors and other corporate organisations.
Our capabilities here are wide ranging and include:
- estimating and interpreting the cost of capital in various contexts;
- providing advice on all elements of regulatory finance for both regulated utilities and regulators;
- financial modelling;
- performing profitability assessments;
- due diligence analysis in relation to corporate transactions; and
- estimating damages and performing other financial analysis in legal disputes.
We have staff with specialist accounting and corporate finance skills and extensive experience in many industries and across a wide range of countries. While we often rely on advanced techniques, our work is always focused on how best to practically apply these techniques to real commercial issues.
Wynne Jones, Christoph Riechmann, Nick Elms and Stefan Lochner, dispute experts in Frontier’s Energy Practice, have contributed a chapter to Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) second edition of The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration.
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.
UK ACCESS TO EU FINANCE FOR INVESTMENT AFTER BREXIT
The French rail and road regulator Arafer has published two Frontier reports on the marginal cost of maintenance and renewal of rail infrastructure in France today.
Germany’s energy regulator, the Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), has today published its decision on the allowed cost of equity for electricity and gas networks in Germany.