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About Cullen International

Firm Description

Regulation made simple

Cullen International provides regulatory, competition and sustainability intelligence in telecoms, media, postal and the digital economy – covering developments across Europe, Americas, the Middle East and North Africa, as well as key trends across the globe.

For almost 40 years, we have been providing comprehensive, neutral, unbiased, timely information that is trusted by industry and official institutions alike. We are widely recognised as the leading regulatory intelligence provider in the field.

Our subscription service consists of a unique range of alerts, monitoring reports, benchmarks and direct contact with our analysts. Our outstanding digital library provides easy access to nearly four decades of source documents linked to expert analysis of regulatory events.

Within the context of our Cullen Regulatory Academy, we share our knowledge and experience through a range of regulatory training courses. Furthermore, we carry out important research and studies for the European Commission and other international organisations on a regular basis, and our experts are often sought out to chair or speak at industry events.

Key Clients

Cullen International is privileged to serve over 250 key market players and public organisations from over 90 countries – all with a serious strategic focus on digital policy, regulation and law in the communications sector. These clients include operators, online service providers, broadcasters, manufacturers, regulators, competition authorities and ministries.

Strategically situated in Brussels, we are the eyes and ears on the ground for our clients, maintaining essential close links with all EU institutions, national regulatory authorities and our solid network of national regulatory experts in over 70 countries.

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