Westpac economist confirmed deputy secretary of Treasury

Staff reporters
Tue, 18 Jan 2022

Dominick Stephens. (Image: supplied)
Dominick Stephens. (Image: supplied)
Staff reporters
Tue, 18 Jan 2022
Westpac economist Dominick Stephens has been confirmed in his role as chief economic advisor and deputy secretary at Treasury, it was announced on Tuesday.Stephens had been acting in the role since March 2021, on secondment from the bank.Before joining the Treasury, Stephens had been chief economist at Westpac New Zealand for a decade, and prior to that, he was an economist in the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s forecasting team and modelling unit. Treasury secretary Caralee McLiesh said Stephens was a respected analyst, advisor and co...

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