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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 Andrew Leicester at or call +44 (0) 20 7031 7000.

  1. Frontier chairman to head What Works Centre for Wellbeing, bringing happiness to the forefront of government policy

    The UK government today announced the launch of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, tasked with finding ways to measure the impact of government policy on wellbeing. The Centre is planned to launch in spring 2015, and will initially be led by Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe).

  2. Sweeping broadband changes in the Gulf

    The last ten years have seen sweeping changes in broadband services across the Gulf region, with alternative technologies and the deployment of next generation broadband networks becoming increasingly important. This creates new challenges for the region’s telecoms regulators.

  3. EU agrees target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40%

    European Union (EU) leaders have today agreed to target a reduction in EU-wide greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of at least 40% by 2030, compared with 1990 levels.

  4. Frontier hosts Evening Art Exhibition in London offices

    Frontier (Europe) tonight hosted its first Evening Art Exhibition in its London offices.

  5. CMA reaches decision on magazine merger

    The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today reached a decision on the merger between Immediate Media Company Bristol (Immediate) and Future Publishing Limited (Future), two publishers of specialist print magazines.

  6. Defra publishes Frontier toolkit on local economic benefits of flood and coastal protection

    The UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) today published a toolkit prepared by Frontier (Europe) for assessing the costs and benefits of flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) on a local economy.

  7. CMA announces results of compliance audit on SME ‘bundling’ undertakings

    As a result of the Competition Commission’s 2002 investigation into banking services for small and medium sized enterprises, eight major banks in the UK are prohibited by legally-binding undertakings from bundling business current accounts with loans. Following an audit of compliance with these undertakings, the Competition and Markets Authority today concluded that two banks have breached the undertakings.

  8. Cartier owner wins court order blocking websites selling counterfeits

    Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA (CFR), which sells Cartier watches and other luxury brands, has today won a UK court ruling that orders internet providers to block websites selling counterfeit Cartier goods.

  9. Unsafe care costs the English NHS over £1 billion a year says Frontier report

    Frontier Economics today published a report, commissioned by the Department of Health, into the costs of unsafe care in the NHS.

  10. Frontier hosts ‘off the beaten track’ discussion event on network regulation

    Frontier (Europe) yesterday held an evening discussion event evaluating the success of changes to the regulatory regimes for British electricity distribution network operators and the water sector in England and Wales, and considering what the incentive effects may be in future.