Antitrust & Competition
Antitrust policy is designed to regulate the conduct of businesses and other entities to promote fair competition for the benefit of consumers. Underlying these policies are complex economic questions and unique issues that require sophisticated econometric and statistical analysis.
Throughout the world, financial institutions and other corporations of all sizes are increasingly being presented with complex challenges associated with fraudulent and other illegal conduct from within their organizations. Monument Economics Group provides financial, regulatory, and trade forensics consulting solutions to financial institutions and other corporations who face regulatory and compliance challenges as a result of participating in capital markets. These consulting solutions include in-depth review and analysis of clients’ data, technology, processes and procedures, and program management.
Throughout the world, financial institutions and other corporations of all sizes are increasingly being presented with complex challenges associated with capital markets participation and regulatory compliance. Monument Economics Group (MEG) provides financial, regulatory, and trade forensics consulting solutions to financial institutions and other corporations that face legal, regulatory, and compliance challenges resulting from their participation in capital markets.
Ports & Logistics
Over the years, countries have focused on improving port performance to enable economic growth. They undertook institutional and regulatory reforms and PPP arrangements that enabled private terminal operators to invest in expanding and modernizing their facilities, improve operational practices, and employ technology solutions to monitor and control terminal activities. While ports are important, countries have come to realize that efficiency gains from improved port performance can be negated if hinterland logistics systems are inefficient and traffic conditions on port access routes are congested. An inefficient hinterland logistics system may lead carriers and shippers to seek other options even if the port is efficient. Countries and their port systems must therefore take a more holistic approach to ensuring the necessary structural and non-structural conditions are in place for economic competitiveness.
Accurate and reliable valuation of business interests, assets, and securities is crucial to successful litigation. Economists at Monument Economics Group assist clients in this regard by applying sound economic, financial, and statistical principles to a variety of income-, market-, and asset-based modeling techniques to develop representative and accurate assessments of value.
Class Action & Class Certification
Economic analysis is an integral and valuable component of class action litigation. Monument Economics Group advises clients on the entire range of economic issues that can arise in class action cases, providing analyses related to common impact on a class-wide basis, loss causation, and the development of a formulaic approach to damages.
The analysis of large-scale databases is a common feature of increasingly information-intensive litigations and business disputes. Monument Economics Group’s professionals offer collective, in-depth experience in managing and analyzing big data. We have specialized training in understanding corporate organization and technology systems that allow for the identification of relevant information and technology resources.
Experts at Monument Economics Group have a thorough understanding of the healthcare sector, including its unique institutional structure, complex market dynamics, and regulatory environment.
International arbitration proceedings have grown dramatically over the past decade in concert with expanding globalization and increasingly complex international disputes. Adjudicating and resolving cross-border disputes presents a unique set of challenges that often require increasingly sophisticated economic analysis and empirical methods.
Our experts have years of experience assisting clients and government agencies in a wide range of energy-related matters with expertise in issues related to the markets for petroleum, natural gas, electric power, and renewable energies.
The quantum of damages is often the most contested component of complex litigation and commercial disputes. Economists at Monument Economics Group have experience meeting the unique challenges inherent to damages analysis. Our experts combine a deep understanding of how markets work with the financial and technical skills required to understand and interpret complex scientific, business, and financial information.