Oxford - £3,210
Complete the booking form to reserve your place.
For further details take a look at our course brochure.
This course is run in Spring and Autumn.
The autumn course will run from 20 October to 24 October 2014.
‘Interesting, great for understanding how other sectors are regulated and the issues they face’.
Case studies are used throughout the course to put the theory and techniques into practice.
rationale for regulation
forms of regulation
cost of capital
efficiency and incentives
liberalising the market
and much more ...
The course will be led by Mike Toms
, Director, Andrew Meaney
, Managing Consultant, Alan Horncastle
, Managing Consultant.
Oxera is an accredited course provider for Solicitors Regulation Authority (ref. BRW/OXER).
You will receive 29.5 CPD hours by attending this course.
A message from the course leader, Andrew Meaney
regulators and regulated companies;
anyone working for or with regulated companies or organisations, including legal and financial professionals;
international and UK-based delegates—the course is tailored to the delegates booked on the course.
A fantastic mix of delegates attended the course from different backgrounds, jurisdictions and sectors, which really complemented the teaching of the Oxera staff.
As people come from different ways of doing regulation, they are confronted with the fact that what they’re more familiar with could look radically different ... they can then start to explore what this might mean for them.
I look forward to seeing you on our next course.
Andrew Meaney, Managing Consultant and Course Leader
‘Really impressed by the content, the expertise of the presenters and the way the week was organised.’
Civil Aviation Authority
UK Competition Commission
Electricity North West
Office of Rail Regulation
ScottishPower Energy Networks
UK Department for Transport
‘Excellent course. Lots of stimulating debates and real life examples.’
Dover Harbour Board
‘Very informative course, which was pitched at the right level. I would recommend it to others.’
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