Liam Drummond-Clark

Liam Drummond-Clark

Senior Consultant

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Throughout his career, Liam’s blend of skills has enabled him to develop solutions to complex problems and communicate them clearly and persuasively. He has extensive experience in economics, public policy, and government processes in Australia, the UK and Europe; and has led major projects in sectors including energy, infrastructure, and health and ageing. Liam is passionate about the power of evidence-based decision-making and has qualifications in science, law and economics.

Influential work

  • Advised the Australian Government on policy changes and communication strategies for assisting Australians to prepare for reaching retirement age and beyond
  • Persuaded the British energy regulator to take a flexible approach with natural gas pipelines transitioning away from long-term contracts, allowing critical infrastructure to find a successful business model for new market conditions
  • Advised the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on how best to transpose European Union (EU) regulations into British law to ensure that energy markets continue to function following Britain’s exit from the EU
  • Negotiated the implementation of a multi-billion hospital funding agreement between the Australian Government and state and territory governments
  • Led the modelling and drafting of the health sections of the 2015 Intergenerational Report Project.

Outside of Nous

Before starting at Nous, Liam worked in London at Ofgem, the energy regulator for Great Britain. He also has extensive experience in economic policy and government processes from within the Australian Departments of Treasury, and Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Liam holds qualifications in economics (the Australian National University), law (Monash University and the Australian National University) and science (Monash University).

In his spare time...

Liam loves to travel and is studying Spanish in preparation for future adventures. He plays basketball and netball and is a long-suffering Australian Football League’s Melbourne Demons supporter.