Ellie joined Frontier in 2013 and has worked across a range of practice areas during her time at the company.
She predominantly works on competition, regulatory and policy issues in Frontier’s telecoms practice, working for clients based in the UK, across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. During her time at Frontier, Ellie has developed experience modelling competitive interactions and optimal pricing behaviour and has applied this to assess the impact of changes in the fixed and mobile markets and the postal market for a range of different clients.
Outside of telecoms, her work has included analysis in the competition practice for UK mergers and EU competition damages cases. She has also worked in the energy, policy and transport practices for multiple clients applying economic theory to various regulatory and policy issues.
Ellie has an MSc in Economics (Distinction) from Birkbeck, University of London and a first class bachelors degree in Economics from Durham University.