Ian Streule, Partner at Analysys Mason, is responsible for a significant proportion of the company's work in the area of mobile sector regulation, fixed service costing, LRIC, regulatory economics, and strategic regulatory advice to operators and regulators around the world.
Ian also leads all of our activities in the postal sector. He has provided advice to the UK postal services regulators (Postcomm and Ofcom) and ComReg in Ireland, on postal service cost modelling, cost transparency, quality of service compliance and accounting separation. Ian was also instrumental in guiding the company's postal sector policy and liberalisation projects for the postal regulators in Kenya and Oman.
For more than 18 years, Ian has assisted leading regulators including Ofcom (UK), the ACCC (Australia) and OPTA (the Netherlands). He has delivered regulatory support projects for Analysys Mason in Malta, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, Belgium, France and Greece.
Ian has a wealth of experience to complement his support to regulators, gained through numerous projects for operators and industry groups, including in South Africa, South America, the Caribbean, French Polynesia, South Korea, Iceland, Eastern Europe, the UK and Scandinavia.
His experience extends to:
- mobile network and service costing, LRIC and mobile sector regulation
- fixed access and core network modelling, service costing and regulatory investigations
- margin-squeeze and predatory pricing calculations and strategic advice
- 3G and 4G mobile broadband costing, spectrum and service planning
- postal sector policy and regulation in Europe, African and the Middle East
- M2M, MVNO and national roaming wholesale costing and pricing
- the economics of two-sided markets, network externalities and price regulation
- regulatory accounting, separate accounts, transfer prices and accounting compliance.
Ian has presented at numerous industry meetings and conference workshops, and has provided written and oral expert witness legal support. He holds an M.Phys. in Physics from the University of Oxford, and is studying for an M.Sc in Applied Economics from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.