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- BSc (Hons) Economics, University of Warwick
- MSc Economics, London School of Economics
- Diploma in Financial Management (DipFM)
- Economic Consulting
- Public Policy
- Regulated Industries
- Healthcare & Life Sciences
- Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT)
Schellion Horn is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in London. Schellion is in the Regulated Utilities practice in the Economic and Financial Consulting segment and is an economist with a focus on healthcare and regulated industries, in particular telecoms, post and water.
Schellion has over 15 years of experience providing economic advice to regulated companies, economic regulators and Governments in the UK and various locations in EMEA. This includes regulatory and competition economics, business economics and public policy support.
Prior to joining FTI, Schellion spent ten years at Deloitte, as a Director in the economic consulting team at Deloitte where she led on the provision of economic advice to clients in the healthcare and telecoms sectors. Before this, Schellion was employed as an economist at C&W Plc and before this as an economist at PwC.
In the regulated utilities space, Schellion has used her economic skillset to support across a wide range of areas including public policy, regulation, regulatory finance, disputes, business decision making, market analysis and competition investigations. She has worked in over 30 countries around the world. Her public sector clients have included Ofcom, Monitor, Ofwat, BIS, DECC, UK Treasury, DCMS, Comreg (Ireland). Her private sector clients have included, but are not limited to, BT, Virgin Media, Liberty Global, GSM Association, Vodafone, MTN, Telkom South Africa, Etisalat, Batelco, Telefonica several UK water companies and Royal Mail. She also regularly works alongside law firms, particularly in relation to competition investigations, commercial and regulatory disputes.
She has been working in the healthcare sector for the past 7 years. Initially, supporting the Department of Health on policy issues, she then moved into commissioning and reconfiguration working on the economics of medical training, workforce and the development of networks, specifically in pathology, stroke and cardiac for both SHAs and Trusts. This led to a move into service and health economy reconfigurations, with a specific focus on business plans, demand modelling, competition analysis and benefits cases. In the later, Schellion assisted on both the NWL and proposed South London reconfiguration. She has also supported Monitor on a range of issues including monitoring, efficiency and pricing.
Schellion has authored a number of publications, particularly in the public policy space, which have been published by clients. These include a number of studies that look to estimate the economic and social impact of mobile telephony and the economic impact of removing mobile taxation. She has also written several “mobile observatories” and has recently co-authored a handbook on competition policy in the digital age. In relation to health, she has written several NHS briefings, including one on the implications of the Dalton Review for Trusts. As well as authoring publications, Schellion regularly assists organisations in drafting their responses to regulatory consultations.
Schellion has a Diploma in Financial Management (DipFM) awarded by the ACCA and a BSc (Hons) Economics from the University of Warwick and an MSc Economics from the London School of Economics.