ACIL Allen Chair Matt Doyle has more than 35 years’ experience in senior executive, management and directorship roles across a wide range of Australian business sectors
Matt has been integral in guiding the development of ACIL Allen to its current position as Australia’s largest independent economic consulting firm. Matt established ACIL Tasman in 2002 via a merger of the ACIL Consulting and Tasman Economics consulting groups. Matt served as Chair of ACIL Tasman from 2003 until 2013 when it merged with Allen Consulting to become ACIL Allen Consulting.
Under Matt’s chair, ACIL Allen and its predecessor firms have developed an extensive suite of microeconomic and macroeconomic models, techniques and databases. Areas of expertise offered by ACIL Allen include trade practices and competition, agriculture, coal, minerals, petroleum, defence, energy, electricity, gas, environment, economic impact studies, risk management, infrastructure, public-private partnerships, international trade, mergers, acquisitions, privatisation, transport, telecommunications and water. ACIL Allen employs 60 professional and 11 support staff in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
Matt has experience in project management, business management, rationalisation and growth identification, management recruitment, joint venture operational audits, government tenders and submissions, business and green-field start-ups, mergers, acquisitions and deal negotiation.
Matt is also Chair of LTS Lockley, a registered surveying business employing more than 50 people and providing land title solutions and surveying services to corporate clients. He is also owner and Chair of Living Edge Rental, Australia’s largest residential furniture rental and styling business.
Matt holds a Bachelor of Economics, Master’s of Economics Degrees and a Securities Institute of Australia Post Graduate Diploma.