Cost of Capital Institute needed to inform regulation

Scottish Power chief executive Keith Anderson has said the idea of creating a body to set the cost of capital across regulated sectors “should be explored”. He warned that there is currently “competition between regulators as to who can be the best baddie in town” on cost of capital and that the Competition & Markets Authority is already becoming, by default, the authority on returns.

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