Henry Shennan

Deputy Director, Broadband and Telecoms Market

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Henry Shennan was appointed Deputy Director for Fixed Telecoms and Markets Regulation for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in October 2017.He is responsible for the government’s policy on telecoms regulation including the implications of Britain leaving the EU, consumer policy for fixed and mobile telecoms and broadband infrastructure.

Henry was previously the Head of Productivity Economics at the Treasury, and led projects at the National Infrastructure Commission looking at 5G mobile telecoms and changes to the UK’s electricity market to improve its flexibility. Prior to this he was Head of Energy policy at the Treasury. Before joining the Treasury, Henry held a number of economic posts in the civil service working on both energy policy and labour markets.

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