Broadband strategy and implementation | Regulation and policy
Andrew is a Principal at Analysys Mason. He joined Analysys Mason in 2007. Andrew is an expert in the capabilities of next-generation fixed and wireless broadband networks, and the associated commercial, economic and policy implications. Andrew advises operators, regulators, local authorities, and governments on these issues.
Andrew has extensive experience of working in the UK, and on-site in many other countries around the world, covering Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South America and Australasia. Andrew delivers projects which provide a wide range of analyses for his clients, including network modelling, cost modelling, market modelling, stakeholder interviews and primary research, benchmarking, defining regulations, audit, production of expert reports, due diligence, and strategic recommendations.
Andrew's expertise also includes the areas of postal costing and policy, and he advises regulators on issues associated with postal operators in an increasingly digital world. Andrew's postal expertise developed from working closely with his clients on issues such as universal service, cost transparency, accounting separation, licensing, and quality of service.
Andrew holds an M.Eng. Honours Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Bristol, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Management from the University of Bath.
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