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‘Generated new approaches by comparing different perspectives and knowledge.
Netherlands Competition Authority
Case studies are used throughout the course to put the theory and techniques into practice.
- cost of capital theory and application
- regulatory building blocks
- risks and incentives
- valuation of the regulatory asset base (RAB)
- and much more ...
Oxera is an accredited course provider for Solicitors Regulation Authority (ref. BRW/OXER)
You will receive 20 CPD hours by attending this course.
- regulators and regulated companies;
- anyone working for or with regulated companies or organisations, including legal and financial professionals;
- both international and UK-based delegates—the course is tailored to the delegates booked on the course.
The course will be led by Dr Luis Correia da Silva
, Managing Director, Andrew Meaney
, Managing Consultant, Peter Hope
, Senior Consultant, Vincent Poirer-Garneau
, Senior Consultant
A message from Course Leader, Peter Hope
Delegates new to the regulatory finance field find that the course is an efficient and focused way of getting up to speed with the issues. More experienced delegates also benefit from taking a step back to challenge their established beliefs and to take a holistic view of the different elements of regulatory finance. As a result there is lively and stimulating debate both during and after the sessions.
I look forward to meeting you at our next course.
Senior Consultant and Course Leader
- Aguas de Portugal
- Bord Gáis Éireann
- Gatwick Airport
- Netherlands Competition Authority
- Network Rail
- Royal Mail Group
‘Very knowledgeable consultants who have good communication skills.’
‘Excellent. Learnt a lot in a short period of time. Good mixture of theory and practical case study sessions.’
‘Absolutely brilliant. Every session was a learning experience. The discussions and explanation should mean it sticks.’
‘I can speak about regulatory issues in a much more confident manner now.’
USING ECONOMICS IN COMPETITION LAW