At a Glance
“Challenging work and supportive colleagues.”
“Frontier is different—our culture suggests that everybody can feel an integral part of the sum.”
“Projects are really interesting, people are great, and work/life balance is really good.”
“Fast growth may change the culture.”
“Little organizational structure.”
“Peaks and troughs in the work, sometimes long working hours.”
About Frontier Economics Ltd.
Frontier Economics is one of the largest economic consultancies in Europe and has a simple remit: It comes to the aid of its clients through a combination of economics and analysis, mixed with comprehensive sector knowledge. The firm's expertise covers, among others, competition policy, regulation, strategy, behavioral economics, litigation and dispute support, transactional due diligence, public policy, and international trade, and stretches across several industries, including: energy, financial services, health care, post, consumer retail, media and telecoms, transport and water.
Frontier Economics has a unique corporate structure, where all employees own a part of the business. This ensures that incentives across teams and practices are aligned and everyone works hard to deliver excellent outputs for the firm's clients.
The firm applies its economic toolkit to help clients understand complex challenges and make better decisions. While the analysis is thorough, the advice provided is clear, honest and delivered in plain language. Frontier's work helps clients to make important commercial and regulatory decisions which has far reaching impact.
In addition to advising private-sector clients, Frontier's public sector work keeps its experts busy. Frontier experts have worked for a number of European government departments over the years, helping them uncover the impacts of implementing new policy through a range of analytical tools, including cost-benefit analysis, policy impact assessments and market studies.
71 High Holborn
London WC1V 6DA
Phone: 440 207 031 7000
Employer Type: Private
Chairman: Gus O'Donnell
- Energy and climate change
- Financial services
- International trade
- Public policy