Mike works to advise clients on a broad range of strategic, regulatory and competition issues.
Mike enjoys combining quantitative and qualitative economic analysis to answer a range of challenging questions on behalf of clients. He has worked on a number of complex anti-trust and litigation cases before both national and European authorities, covering sectors including transport, finance and energy.
In other practice areas, Mike has worked on a number of strategic and policy issues for clients. Examples include advising a rapidly growing FinTech start up for its application to the Capability and Innovation Fund, the NHS on a number of evaluation programmes and Ofgem for its Targeted Charging Review.
Prior to joining Frontier full-time, Mike completed an internship at the company, as well as an internship in the charity sector. He completed his undergraduate degree in Economics at the University of Warwick, before studying for his Masters a short walk from the office at University College London.
If you could gain one quality or ability, what would it be?
To play the piano properly.
If you could only eat one meal/food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Christmas dinner – it has everything!
Are aliens real?
I really hope so.