Sue Jaffer is an experienced economist with over 30 years’ experience in policy analysis, privatisation and reform, regulation, pricing, investment and access issues across a wide range of industries. Sue is a Senior Researcher at Latrobe Law School, Melbourne, and a Senior Associate with ACIL Allen Consulting. She was a Fellow of Melbourne University from 2001 to 2007 and has a Masters Degree in Economics.
She has strong experience in financial modelling, financial assessments, financial regulation and utility regulation. Sue has worked for governments, regulators, international aid agencies and utilities in Australia, the UK, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Sue has developed a number of detailed financial models for businesses to use in in planning and pricing.
Sue was also a key author of a book on the regulation of financial services in the UK (Capital Failure: Rebuilding Trust in Financial Services, editors Morris and Vines, Oxford University Press). Sue’s contribution to the book covered the evolution of the financial service industry and what went wrong, the failures of regulation, a review of recent regulatory initiatives and recommendations on how to improve trust in the industry.