Melbourne, 28th September 2010. Ovum is proud to welcome back Elaine Chow as a Senior Consultant with the Ovum Asia-Pacific consulting team. Elaine will be based in our Hong Kong office.
Elaine brings with her 10 years of international experience in providing strategic advice to operators, vendors, regulators and governments in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East on all aspects of telecoms regulations, policy and commercial strategy. Elaine's areas of expertise include access and interconnection, cost modelling, competition, NGN/NGA, pricing and opex management strategies.
CW Cheung, Consulting Director, said "Her experience within the telecommunications space in various countries will be a valuable asset to Ovum. We are pleased to have Elaine's experience synergised with the global consulting team. Her wealth of knowledge in regulatory economics and policy strategies is the main asset to the growing demand of regulatory requirements within telecoms space."
Elaine was previously a consultant at Ovum's Melbourne office and now rejoins Ovum from Ernst & Young, Hong Kong's Telecoms Business Advisory team, where she focussed on the Greater China and South East Asia regions. Elaine was also with Pricewaterhouse Coopers' Telecoms Strategy team based out of London, and at Maxis Communications, Malaysia, where she specialised in telecoms regulations.
"I am excited to be back with the Ovum family and associated once again with Ovum's very strong brand in telecoms consulting and its world-class analyst team, said Elaine Chow. "I am certainly looking forward to working with the many familiar, as well as, new, faces here."
"Telecoms Regulation is one of our strong pillars within the Ovum Consulting space. Having Elaine Chow back will boost our client delivery and quality", added Antonio Bartolome, Managing Director of Ovum Asia-Pacific. "We pride ourselves on responding to client's requirements, especially in the AP market. We are looking to expand our business in Asia-Pacific and are continuing to look for experts within the telecoms sector to support our diverse client base"