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Dominic L’Huillier

  • Director
  • Economic & Financial Consulting
  • T: +61 3 9604 0600
  • F: +61 3 9604 0699
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    • Level 21, Bourke Place
    • 600 Bourke Street
    • Melbourne, VIC, 3000
    • Australia
    • T: +61 3 9604 0600
    • F: +61 3 9604 0699
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Dominic L’Huillier is a Director in the Economic & Financial Consulting practice. An industry economist with 20 years of experience, Dominic provides independent, rigorous and strategic advice to governments, boards, regulators and ASX-listed companies on competition, regulation and public policy issues.

Dominic’s areas of expertise include:

  • government advisory and public policy
  • regulatory economics
  • transport & infrastructure regulation
  • regulation impact and review

Dominic has significant experience conducting reviews and inquiries on key policy and regulatory issues in relation to industry, the economy and community well being. He has also led and delivered price reviews of regulated utility businesses and has deep experience in preparing industry and government submissions and conveying complex economic concepts into plain English reports.

Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Dominic was a Director at Victoria’s economic regulator where he led a complex work program spanning numerous industries including commercial passenger vehicles, taxis, domestic building insurance, tow trucks, rail freight and Victoria’s commercial ports. He also led the regulatory engagement for the $9.7 billion-dollar privatisation of the port of one of Australia’s major cities.

Dominic is a former Director at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission where he managed inquiries regarding competition and consumer issues as well as part 3A access undertaking and pricing assessments.

Dominic also spent several years working as an economist for the Queensland Competition Authority advising the Board on competition, access and regulatory issues regarding infrastructure industries.

Dominic started his career as an economist with the Queensland Department of Treasury where he advised the Treasurer on various policy and reform issues including foreign investment, economic growth, innovation policy, education policy, state taxation reform, unemployment and reducing regulatory burden on business.

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