Developing strong economic arguments
At TLT, we help you understand consumer behaviour and why and when regulators intervene to protect consumer interests. Showing you how economics is leveraged by policy makers and regulators, we’ll help you navigate the commercial environment to gain clear competitive advantage for your business.
We use sound economic theory and evidence to help you develop and present economic arguments. Using language and concepts that economic regulators understand, we ensure your case is framed in the clearest and most compelling way, maximising your chances of success.
As policy makers increasingly focus on consumer engagement and protection, the ability to present founded arguments based on behavioural economics is vital to ensure good regulation, helping you comply effectively with a principle-based regulatory approach.
What’s more, we can provide economics consultancy in combination with our wider capabilities and specialisms. Drawing on TLT’s high-quality transaction, advisory and disputes services, our experienced team can help you meet all your objectives. In this way, we ensure seamless, end-to-end delivery that helps you avoid cost duplication and leverage the very best legal and economic insights.
We deliver our regulatory finance service in four different ways:
One-stop specialist help, when you need it
Expert advice from our in-house and third-party specialists, ensuring smooth and timely delivery.
Expert solutions to regulatory compliance risk
Tactical and strategic solutions to help you manage regulatory compliance risk.
Support on disputes, complaints and regulatory investigations
Help to identify risks and opportunities, build your factual and financial case, and manage relationships for optimal outcomes.
Targeted assistance for the delivery of specific projects and objectives
Multi-specialist team support and collaboration to help you achieve your goals, seamlessly project managed end-to-end.
For more information about our work in this area, please get in touch.
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