Analysys Mason provides consulting services for a range of projects within the regulation and policy sector. Our depth of experience comes from our long involvement in this area. Our people have the quantitative skills, market knowledge and regulatory experience to help organisations to make the decisions that are required.
Our specific areas of expertise are the following.
Policy development and response
We provide consulting services for both national regulatory authorities (NRAs) that are developing policies and operators that must anticipate and respond to such developments.
We assist regulators and other government bodies that are undertaking market reviews.
Margin squeeze and replicability tests
We help NRAs to carry out margin squeeze and replicability tests to ensure fair competition within a value chain.
Analysing regulatory accounts
Our experts review and audit regulatory accounts.
Regulatory economic costing
We develop custom cost models for operators and regulators for both fixed and mobile costing systems.
Expert legal support
Our experts help a wide variety of clients and we have developed modelling methodologies for calculating damages and building winning cases.
Net cost of universal service
We work with regulators and operators around the world to measure the net cost of a universal service obligation (USO).
Postal sector policy, regulation and operations
Our consultants work with clients on issues such as the costing, pricing and regulation of the letters market.
Quality of service
We work with NRAs and policy makers to ensure that customers receive optimal levels of communications service.
Developing cost models for next generation telecoms networks in Zambia
Analysys Mason was commissioned to undertake a wide-ranging cost study of telecoms services in Zambi...Developing cost models for next generation telecoms networks in Zambia
Network and retail cost modelling
Analysys Mason helped a client gain a better understanding of its own network service costs (voice, ...Network and retail cost modelling
Regulators face difficult decisions in assigning 26GHz spectrum
FTTH/FTTB in the EU: why and how local monopolies may get regulated
New-generation mobile cost models: addressing broader issues beyond termination rates