Economic Insight advises Thames Water on Retail Business Plan. Thames Water has hired Economic Insight to provide a review of its non-household retial business plan for PR14, and to provide commercial advice relating to its retail market strategy.
The Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA) has hired Economic Insight to provide advice and analysis relating to the future design of its compensation fund; and to support its response to the Ministry of Justice’s review of legal services regulation.
Economic Insight is advising a large manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals in relation to a claim for damages caused by a delay to market entry, which is to be heard at the High Court.
Economic Insight Associate speaks at banking and payments industry conference. Dr Andrew Mell – an Associate of Economic Insight and fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford – is speaking at the forthcoming Fraud Conference 2013 held in London on 26th and 27th March. Andrew will present the economics of combating online credit card fraud and draw out the…
Economic Insight has been hired to advise Ofwat on financeability, the cost of capital and risk in relation to PR14.
Economic Insight expands. Economic Insight today announces the appointment of Mike Brown, Dr Andrew Mell and Daniel Storey as associates. In addition, the firm has relocated to 88 Wood Street as part of a staged expansion strategy
Economic Insight has been commissioned by Thames Water to develop a model to support financial planning within the company’s retail business.
Economic Insight has been instructed by Royal Mail Group to provide strategic advice on the economic issues raised by various competition policy matters.
Economic Insight is advising a client in the energy sector in relation to an abuse of dominance allegation made by a rival. Our advice covers market definition and the potential competitive effects of our client’s wholesale pricing terms.
Economic Insight has developed a model that allows us to assess the number of medals won by each country at London 2012 against an ‘expected Olympic performance’ benchmark, which takes into account factors that would influence performance, including: GDP, population size, historic results and number of athletes. Our analysis shows that Team GB out-performed by 14…