Tony Alexander has been employed as Chief Economist at the Bank of New Zealand, since 1994 with responsibilities including informing senior management about economic developments and prospects, risks and opportunities, and provision of services for the bank’s staff and client base.
He is an accomplished public speaker much in demand and each year delivers between 80 and 130 presentations at bank seminars, conferences, and client functions around the country and offshore. He writes and distributes material to 15,000 email recipients with extensive links from other websites.
Prior to joining the BNZ Tony worked as principal economist at a stock broking firm in Wellington and before that as Research Officer then Treasury Economist with Westpac Bank initially in Sydney, Australia, then New Zealand from 1987.
He holds a Master of Arts degree (first class honours) from the University of Canterbury. He is the father of five children, his wife is one of New Zealand’s foremost early childcare researchers, and he lives in the countryside north of New Zealand’s capital city Wellington.
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We requested that Tony deliver an engaging, entertaining, stimulating and informative presentation which would provide a comprehensive "Economic Review/Update" covering Global and Local Econ ... keep readingomic Developments, Prospects, Risks and Opportunities, how these are driving and impacting upon the local economy and the implications for investors, borrowers, businesses and householders, both now and looking forward - and that is exactly what he did. As a result, our Members went away much more informed and better equipped to manage their businesses and clients going forward, having been entertained and stimulated in the process. BrokerWeb ConferenceView more