Deborah Drury is an expert in the field of professional standards and regulation, incorporating risk analysis of professions, incentive design, and the role of policy intervention, for example in remuneration and training. Her experience includes work for the Financial Conduct Authority on the Individual Accountability regime and the Retail Distribution Review of financial advice, the Scottish Government on legal services, and a number of healthcare professional regulators.
Deborah also has a wealth of experience in economic impact assessment, advising private and public sector clients across a range of sectors such as financial services (both retail and wholesale markets), healthcare, digital economy, emissions, waste and recycling, and utilities. Her skills here include cost-benefit analysis, benchmarking, multi-criteria analysis, behavioural analysis and desk research and fieldwork.
Deborah has a range of expertise in economic regulation, including incentive design, cost assessment and price reviews. She has managed studies in the rail, water, and airports sectors for both regulators and companies.
Deborah hold an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick.