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Our work sometimes makes the news

We are involved in some of the most interesting, topical and high profile issues in the world of business and economics.  Most of our work is confidential for clients, but sometimes we can share it.

We also welcome opportunities to speak with and assist the media – both in connection with our work and on the wide range of topics that our expertise covers.

Should you wish to speak to Frontier about any media related matter or to seek our input into a particular news story, please contact Goran Serdarevic at or call +44 (0) 20 7031 7000.

  1. CMA publishes final determinations on electricity distribution appeals

    The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) today published its final determinations in respect of two separate appeals against Ofgem’s decision to modify the licences of the ‘slow-tracked’ GB electricity distribution network operators following the conclusion of the RIIO-ED1 price control.

  2. FCA announces ban on opt-out selling across financial services

    The announcement reflects the FCA’s focus on behavioural economics and the need for financial services firms to embed behavioural economics training across their organisations.

  3. Frontier report concludes that energy efficiency should be a UK Government infrastructure priority

    Frontier (Europe) has today published a report for E3G assessing the case for energy efficiency to be made a UK Government infrastructure priority.

  4. UK Competition and Markets Authority formally clears Poundland/99p Stores merger

    The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today provisionally cleared the anticipated acquisition of 99p Stores Ltd by Poundland plc.

  5. Frontier Chairman co-signs letter to Guardian promoting Global Apollo Programme

    The Guardian newspaper has today published a letter, co-signed by a group of leading scientists and economists including Lord Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), advocating the Global Apollo Programme.

  6. UK’s Financial Conduct Authority finds that 84% pay no pension exit fee

    The survey of pension schemes follows analysis by Frontier (Europe) that showed £1.7bn of pension savings held by those aged over 55 were exposed to exit fees.

  7. German government consults on new electricity market law

    The German government has today published a draft new electricity market law, with stakeholders invited to comment by the end of September.

  8. Walpole releases Frontier Research into the value of UK luxury sectors

    Walpole, the UK’s alliance of luxury brands, today release a report by Frontier (Europe) analysing the sector’s contribution to the UK economy.

  9. EIB publishes report on the results of its operations inside the EU

    The European Investment Bank (EIB), the financial arm of the EU, has today published a report summarising the expected results of investment projects carried out in 2014 across the 28 EU member states.

  10. Bloomberg report draws on Frontier’s work on counterfeiting in the luxury goods sector

    Bloomberg has today published an article about the effects of increased counterfeiting via the internet on the luxury goods sector. The article refers to a report that Frontier (Europe) prepared last year for the European Cultural and Creative Industries Association (ECCIA) on the economic contribution of 12 luxury goods sectors to the European economy.