FORMER Civil Aviation Authority group director Dr Harry Bush has joined KPMG’s economics and regulation team.
Dr Bush spent seven years at the CAA, where he was responsible for its economic output, which included price controls for London airports and air traffic control.
He has joined KPMG as a part-time senior regulatory advisor.
Dr Bush has also held roles at HM Treasury, is a former private secretary to a minister of state and was also a deputy press secretary.
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