Preiskel & Co Contributes to MEF’s PSD2 Guidelines 2017

Preiskel & Co has co-authored the Moblie Ecosystem Forum’s ‘Payment Services Directive 2 Guidelines for the Mobile Ecosystem’. It was published on the MEF website, with the following statement: “MEF’s PSD2 Guidelines are designed to give help all relevant stakeholders of the mobile payment ecosystem, including banks, payment processors, vendors, service providers and MNOs. The…

Daniel Preiskel Contributes to the MEF Industry Views Blog

Danny shares his thoughts in the latest Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF) blog, which focuses on MEF Members’ thoughts on the new hardware and strategies. The full MEF blog can be found here. Danny’s article contains his views on the affect of e-privacy in relation to connected home appliances, as well as the potential effects of the impending…

Daniel Preiskel running an all day MVNO Workshop at MVNO Enable 2017 on Oct 5th

Daniel Preiskel will be speaking at MVNO Enable 2017 on Thursday 5th October. Future PLC is hosting MVNO Enable 2017 in partnership with Preiskel & Co LLP, MVNO Evolutions and Red Dawn Consulting. Daniel will be hosting a discussion panel, on the topic of ‘Optimising Wholesale Economics’. The discussion will look into new creative pricing models to protect margins and strategies…

Preiskel and CEG Europe host a fascinating seminar on competition and regulatory policy

On Monday the Preiskel and CEG teams were delighted to host a seminar discussing various concerns and potential changes regarding competition and regulatory policy. The first panel focused on regulation and oligopoly in telecoms markets. Debate included whether oligopoly led ipso facto to bad consumer outcomes or whether there is scope for oligopoly to lead…

Preiskel & Co Briefing on the EU Court of Justice Judgment in Intel

Executive summary The EU Court of Justice—the EU’s highest court—has handed down a judgment unexpectedly requiring its junior counterpart, the General Court, to revisit points in the case against Intel for allegedly anti-competitive rebates on computer processors. The case requires the General Court to revisit its analysis of the use of an additional test—known as…