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The Regulation Forum

The Regulation Forum brings together the competition authorities, sector regulators and market participants in energy, telecoms, financial services and other sectors which are subject to economic regulation.

 

The Group provides an opportunity to discuss topical policy issues and concerns in a constructive environment.

Upcoming Summit

The UK Regulation Summit

 

The British Academy

10–11 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5AH

Tuesday 21 June 2022

1000 until 1700

The Regulation Forum's inaugural one day Summit will address the strategic outlook for economic regulation. Attendance is by invitation only. To Register your interest please use the 'Register Interest' function.

The Summit will provide a unique opportunity for the Chairs of the UK’s economic regulators to set out their strategic assessment and priorities for the years ahead.  It will allow them to share their thoughts, vision, experience and the approach of their boards and in particular to explore the issues common to all the regulated sectors and the way in which regulation can be joined up in a digital age.  

 

Lord Currie of Marylebone, founding Chairman of Ofcom and the Competition and Markets Authority, and Chairman of the Advertising Standards Authority, will take the chair.  

 

Summit sessions will be led by

 

  • Niall MacKenzie CBE, Director, Consumer & Competition Policy at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

  • Professor Martin Cave CBE, Chair of Ofgem

  • Jonson Cox CBE, Chair of Ofwat

  • Jonathan Scott, Interim Chair, Competition and Markets Authority

  • Maggie Carver, Chair of Ofcom

  • Sir Stephen Hillier, GCB, CBE, Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority

Latest Report

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RISK, REWARD & REGULATION

AUTHORED BY CATHRYN ROSS

This purpose of this paper, authored by Cathryn Ross, Strategy and Regulatory Affairs Director at Thames Water, is to draw out some changes and challenges that have commonalities across a number of regulated sectors and to prompt debate among those who may have useful levers at their disposal about how they may be addressed. All of this is in the interests of maintaining the effectiveness of regulation in UK, and our regulated sectors, to the benefit of consumers and citizens.

A regulatory expert has said that the paper is the best recent analysis that they have seen of the current (and potential future) state of economic regulation in the UK.

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