Cost of Capital Conference
4 May 2017 Trinity House, Trinity Square, London EC3N 4DH
This was a meeting of regulators, companies, investors and other interested parties from across the UK’s regulated sectors. The event looked at the factors that are going to impact on the rates of return that regulators will include in upcoming price control decisions.
Speaker presentations are listed here
John Earwaker, First Economics
Prof. Alan Gregory
Richard Dobbs, McKinsey & Company
Dr Richard Hern, NERA
Peter Dooley, RBS
Martin Malinowski, NAO
Andy Chesworth, Ofwat
James Tucker, ONS
Neil Griffths-Lambeth, Moody’s
Nick Francis, Reckon
Public Procurement: Global Revolution Series of International Conferences
Working closely with Professor Sue Arrowsmith, Achilles Professor of Public Procurement Law and Policy, University of Nottingham and Achilles Information Ltd, we have coordinated a series of major international conferences on Procurement Law. This extremely successful series of events provides unique networking opportunities, including plenary sessions and workshop streams of specific interest. With almost 300 participants of speakers and delegates from most of the major international organisations involved in procurement regulation (including a significant number from each of the WTO, World Bank and EBRD), as well as from academia, government, and the private sector, this event leads discussion on procurement regulation.
Public Procurement: Global Revolution IV (2010), VI (2013) and VII (2015) took place at the Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham and the East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham. Public Procurement: Global Revolution VIIII Will take place in June 2019. Further details from Justine.
Over the last 13 years, we have co-ordinated a regular programme of business seminars and courses for First Economics.
We coordinated three separate exhibition openings, held at the Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock to launch the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Trust’s fundraising campaign to raise funds to build a bespoke Military museum. By January 2014, the museum was complete and organisation and creating exhibitions and galleries was underway.
Over a number of years, we organised an evening reception at the House of Lords with the kind permission of Lord Bradshaw for the Railway Study Association. This was always an extremely popular event and guests felt that the grandeur of the surroundings complimenting the entertainment provided by the evening event.