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Oxera opens office in Paris

Oxera Consulting LLP announces the opening today of its Paris office, to be headed up by Partner, Pascale Déchamps We continue our expansion in Europe with the opening of our office in Paris, adding a seventh location to complement our network of European offices in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, London, Oxford and Rome. Pascale Déchamps will

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Loyal, lazy or time poor?

Today Citizens Advice issued a super-complaint to the Competition and Markets Authority about the ‘loyalty penalty’. According to Citizens Advice, firms are ‘routinely punishing their customers simply for being loyal’, which disproportionately affects vulnerable customers such as older people. Who is affected? The super-complaint focuses on five retail markets in two sectors: financial services (home

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Oxera appointed to advise European electricity transmission system operators on international efficiency benchmarking

The Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) has been undertaking pan-European benchmarking of electricity and gas transmission service operators (TSOs) since 2003. It is currently following up on its electricity and gas studies, in 2012/13 and 2015/16 respectively, with the new studies for the TSOs anticipated to be completed by March 2019. As part of

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Energy investigations

As part of a Special Report on Energy & Natural Resources, which appears in the October 2018 issue of Financier Worldwide, Oxera energy experts Helen Jenkins, Jostein Kristensen and Sahar Shamsi participated in a Q&A Forum on ‘Energy Investigations’. In addition to assessing the status quo, our experts looked at how energy investigations might change

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Putting customers at the heart of the Rail Review

The Rail Review launched on 20 September is (at least) the fifth major rail review in eight years. But how can passenger and freight customer interest genuinely be placed at the heart of rail in Great Britain? One approach is to take a look at another sector that has had its fair share of criticism

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