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CEG provides a critical review of the Hong Kong Communications Authority’s proposals for future rights to mobile spectrum

Jun 20, 2017

CEG has undertaken a detailed economic assessment for Hong Kong Telecom (HKT) of proposed arrangements for 900 MHz and 1800MHz spectrum upon expiry of the existing licences in 2020/21. The Hong Kong Communications Authority preferred option is to re-auction 60 per cent of that spectrum. We assessed the CA’s proposals against international best practice as well as the CA’s statutory duties. We found that the proposals risk disrupting a successful and intensely competitive market, could lead to a loss in service quality and would undermine investment incentives at a critical time for the industry.  CEG’s report to the CA public consultation can be found here.


CEG continues to boost its Quantitative Finance Practice in Europe with three Senior Consultant appointments

Jun 19, 2017

Recently CEG has added three Senior Consultants to its array of Experts in its Quantitative Finance Practice. This is consistent with its strategy to be a major force in Quantitative Finance and assist clients in this area of complexity. These appointments include the internationally renowned Dr. Paul Wilmott, Professor Wim Schoutens and Ms Indra Bleobaum. Given the breadth of their expertise and leadership in the field of Quantitative Finance, CEG is further enabled to cover the whole breadth of asset classes in both financial and energy/commodity derivatives.


Dr James Dimech DeBono features in Roundtable on International Arbitration

May 29, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Dr James Dimech-DeBono has participated as a panellist on Financier Worldwide’s latest International Arbitration Roundtable on May 24th, 2017.

The Roundtable, which appears in the June 2017 issue of Financier Worldwide magazine, discusses the advantages and challenges of international arbitration, procedural aspects of conducting arbitration, effective arbitration strategies, and the enforcement of arbitral awards.


Dr Barbara Veronese and Nils von Hinten Reed have been recognised in WWL 2017 List of Competition Experts

May 29, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Dr Barbara Veronese and Nils von Hinten-Reed have been included into WWL 2017 List of Competition Experts.


Barbara Veronese chaired the panel on private enforcement at the biannual Italian Association of Antitrust conference last week, with distinguished speakers Michele Binda, Rob Murray , Matteo Bay, Rino Caiazzo and Lucio D’Amario

May 29, 2017

The debate between the panellists and the audience pinned down different views between judges  in house and outside counsels of different jurisdiction on disclosure and the amount of innovation  for non “Anglo-Saxon” jurisdictions that disclosure will bring.  

 


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