ACIL Consulting has appointed two new Perth consultants.

Economist Antonia Hodby brings a UWA Masters degree and professional experience in market assessment, economic analysis, investment appraisals and agribusiness development to her new position at ACIL. Ms Hodby’s most recent position was in London, where she was a project manager for a company specialising in political, economic and operational risk reviews for multi-national companies operating in emerging markets. Prior to her UK experience, Ms Hodby was a project manager at the WA Centre for Agribusiness Marketing.

Danielle Pender, also an economist and a postgraduate tutor in energy economics and energy policy at Murdoch University, was previously with Environmental Resources Management. Ms Pender’s professional experience includes National Competition Policy analyses involving State legislation reviews and government agency and business assessments. Ms Pender’s work at ACIL will relate to energy policy and electricity reform.

ACIL WA and the Northern Territory manager, Ian Satchwell, said the Perth office, which opened just three months ago, provided a one-stop shop for clients in both WA and the NT as well as Asia.

The office has taken on a national project to identify best practice in agreement-making between the mining industry and indigenous communities.

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