- Policy development
- Commercial analysis, privatisation and due diligence
- Regulatory frameworks
- Regulatory support
- Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), University of Melbourne
Malcolm is a regulatory economist with over twenty years’ experience working and consulting on the regulation of energy, water, transport and other network infrastructure. He joined farrierswier in March 2016. Prior to this, he led KPMG’s Australian Economic Regulation practice.
Between 2003 and 2012, Malcolm ran his own consulting practice and has previously been employed by the Victorian water distributor/retailer South East Water and the Victorian Department of Energy and Minerals.
Malcolm is an economic regulatory specialist with extensive experience across energy, water, transport and other infrastructure industries in Australia and New Zealand.
Malcolm has worked extensively for:
- regulated utility businesses to achieve successful commercial and regulatory outcomes, including by coordinating and drafting revenue and pricing proposals to regulators
- regulators on their reviews and investigations and developing and implementing new regulatory instruments and frameworks, including new regulatory guidelines
- consumers on their participation in, and engagement with, complex regulatory processes
- governments undertaking industry and policy reforms, in particular where there is a need for new or amended economic regulatory arrangements
- bidders and prospective purchasers of utility infrastructure assets, in particular on regulatory due diligence processes.
Malcolm’s experience working for this broad range of stakeholders provides unique practical insights about effective regulatory policy design, implementation and application across regulated infrastructure industries.
For a full curriculum vitae, please contact Malcolm via email.