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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.
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Frontier Economics are co-hosting a seminar discussing EU Damages and Belgian Class Actions. The event will be held at Freshfields office in Brussels on Wednesday 3rd December.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the UK’s financial services regulator, today confirmed the rules for a price cap on high-cost short-term credit (HCSTC), which aims to limit the cost of HCSTC loans.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today decided to review in detail the remedies offered by Immediate Media Company Bristol (Immediate) in relation to its acquisition of Future Publishing Limited (Future), instead of referring the transaction for a Phase 2 merger investigation.
Dan Elliott and Marjolijn Scherpenhuijzen of Frontier (Europe) today presented findings on the impact of capacity constraints on passenger fares at Heathrow to the third European Aviation Conference. The conference theme was: “Aviation Infrastructure Capacity – Too Much Or Too Little?” The European Aviation Conference is a major economics and public policy conference in aviation. […]
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today announced its decision to launch a full market investigation into the personal current account and small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) retail banking sectors.
Frontier (Europe) today published an independent report comparing the total costs of offshore wind investment with those of converting existing coal plants to use biomass. The analysis, commissioned by Drax, finds that converting a single existing coal generation unit to biomass in 2020 could save the economy £900 million relative to an equivalent investment in offshore wind.
Dan Elliott, Director of the Transport Practice at Frontier (Europe), today chaired a session at the German Aviation Research Society (GARS) workshop on Recent Research in Aviation Economics and Management.