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Marty Todoroski

Combining strong technical analysis and a collaborative and engaging consultative style, Martin has over 10 years of experience as an economist delivering evidence-based solutions for clients.

He has a strong focus on business case development, strategic planning, financial viability and economic cost-benefit analysis. He has extensive experience in liaising with all levels of government, particularly the ACT and Australian Governments. Having been a trusted advisor to the private and public sectors alike, Martin has diverse experience across the transport and infrastructure, health and human services, regional development and education sectors.

Influential work

  • Directed a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis exercise for moving the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority from Canberra to Armadale and five other Australian Government decentralisation business cases
  • Led and managed the delivery of a Tier 1 capital framework business case for the Kingston Arts Precinct, securing funding
  • Managed delivery of a regulatory impact statement for the implementation of accessible adult change facilities for people with profound disabilities in class 6 and class 9b buildings
  • Managed the development and implementation of an evaluation framework to assess community facility infrastructure’s ability to meet requirements and identify optimisation opportunities
  • Managed regulatory cost recovery engagements, providing transparent and evidence-based advice across the education, human services and biosecurity sectors.

Outside of Nous

Prior to joining Nous, Martin has worked extensively across the public and private sectors, delivering evidence-based solutions for clients and stakeholders. He was central in establishing the Canberra-based Economic and Policy teams of PwC and EY. He has also worked to deliver the policy outcomes for the Department of Immigration and Sport Australia in his stints in the Australian Public Service. Most recently he supported the key delivery of community infrastructure across Canberra while working for Lockbridge.

A Chartered Accountant, Martin also holds a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Commerce from the Australian National University.

In his spare time...

When not working, Martin indulges in his passion for music, whether that be attending live gigs or digging for rare vinyl.

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