Ms Yasmin King


Ms Yasmin King is an Associate of Windsor Place Consulting.   She is an Associate Commissioner of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ('ACCC') which regulates the competition and access issues in the Australian communications sector.   Consequently, she has considerable experience and expertise in competition policy and law issues particularly from the position of a regulator.   Since 2002, she has been the ACCC representative on the World Trade Organisation's ('WTO') Working Group on the interaction between Trade and Competition Policy.

In addition, Yasmin has acted on behalf of Governments, in the role of lead Negotiator, integrating the policy objectives of Government, with the need to achieve optimal commercial outcomes.   Examples include her appointment by the Commonwealth as the Industry Development Team Leader and Chair of Industry Evaluation teams for all Australian Government IT Outsourcing Tenders under the Whole of Government IT&T Initiative including Lead Negotiator for Commonwealth re IT Outsourcing contracts.   She was also an advisor to the Adelaide Festival of Arts for a major Convergence Arts and Information Technology Project in 2002.

Other projects include:

•  Bid Manager for successful multi-agency bid by South Australian Government for $10m funding under the Commonwealth "BITS" program (Seed capital and Incubator funding);

•  Panel member for Tasmanian Government and Commonwealth DOCITA for selection of the IT&T incubator in Tasmania;

•  In conjunction with Cutler & Company developed Undertakings framework for telecommunications and multimedia convergence under a new licensing regime for the   Malaysian Ministry of Energy, Communications and Multimedia and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission;

•  Strategic positioning for organisations in the context of the current National Electricity and Gas Markets reform; and

•  Strategic and commercial advice for a multinational establishing operations in Australia.

In past roles, Yasmin has worked as the Economics Adviser to the Premier of South Australia, and been a member of a range of Boards and Committees dealing with IT&T development and Information Economy issues.

Yasmin King has been awarded a Bachelor of Economics (Honours) and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Adelaide.   She is a Certified Practising Accountant (Fellow) and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.