Ofwat’s review of its price regulation for water companies has led to the companies appealing its decisions. They are basing their defence on a range of key points. Ofwat is the independent economic regulator for water and sewerage services in England and Wales. It regulates the prices and service packages that customers receive. The
Congratulations to Oxera Partner Dr Min Shi, who has been awarded a Lexology Client Choice Award 2020. Min has been recognised by clients for her exceptional work that continues to make an impact and add value. This year, Lexology expanded its process to include recommendations for consulting experts in a range of fields. Recommendations from
Oxera carried out a sensitivity analysis on the business case for HS2 on behalf of the Oakervee Review, an independent report commissioned by the UK government. HS2 is a high-speed rail project intended to connect London to Birmingham and Crewe, and, in a potential second phase, onwards to both Manchester and Leeds. The government’s
Oxera is delighted to announce that several of our Partners have been ranked in the 2020 edition of Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders: Competition.
Oxera Managing Partner Dr Helen Jenkins and Partners Matthew Johnson, Dr Gunnar Niels, Robin Noble, Pascale Déchamps, and Enno Eilts have all been recognised for their expertise in competition economics.
Dr Barbara Veronese will be based in Milan and play a key role in our continuing international growth. She will further bolster our position in the Italian market, where we already advise corporate clients and law firms on a range of competition, regulatory and litigation matters from our office in Rome.
Oxera is conducting a study for the European Commission on the design and functioning of the primary and secondary equity markets in the EU. This is an important and exciting project that will feed into the Commission’s analysis for the new road map for the Capital Markets Union. A key part of the study is
On Monday 30 September, Oxera hosted a roundtable discussion on the future of digital regulation. This event took place in the context of heightened focus on the wider impact that ‘Big Technology’ is having on society, with issues in digital markets posing many new challenges for regulators.
Oxera commissioned to undertake key study on primary and secondary equity markets in the EU, on behalf of the European Commission, Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union. As part of the study, we will be undertaking a comprehensive analysis of primary and secondary equity markets in the EU, with a