Tatiana is a senior consultant with over 10 years’ of experience working in Asia-Pacific, Africa and Central Asia. She has Bachelor degrees in mechanical engineering and philosophy, plus a Master’s degree in public policy and management, specialising in infrastructure policies and regulation. Her expertise includes institutional analysis, regulatory and policy development, economics and financial analysis, public private partnerships and transaction advice.

Although Tatiana’s recent experiences are mostly in the water and sanitation, as well as the energy sector, she also has experience in the transport sector from her previous role in Melbourne, where she was part of a team advising the Melbourne train and tram franchises. Her most recent project experience includes:

• led a multi country study on how to support public institutions in encouraging domestic private sector involvement

• advised on regulatory processes for a newly formed energy regulator

• led a team in designing a financing facility to provide investment for water supply and sanitation infrastructure projects

• developed a water supply and sanitation regulatory regime, including institutional set up, definition of regulatory functions and estimation of costs

• developed a supply-demand and financial model to generate scenarios for gas domestic demand and export policy development.

Tatiana has worked with government agencies, utilities, regulators and donor agencies, including the World Bank, International Finance Corporation (IFC), Global Partnership for Output-based Aid (GPOBA), the Asian Development Bank, AusAID, DFID and the European Union and European Investment Bank, as well as private firms.