Alan Bollard
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Alan Bollard

New Zealand Infrastructure Commission / Te Waihanga


  • Professor of Practice at Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Previously executive director of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) secretariat, governor of the Reserve Bank of NZ, and chief executive and secretary to the NZ Treasury.
  • Holds a PhD in economics and an honorary Doctor of Laws from Auckland University.
  • Former executive director of the NZ Institute of Economic Research.


Executive Director
Jan 2013 - Dec 2018
Centres for Asia Pacific Excellence
Jan 2018 - Present
NZ Portrait Gallery
Jan 2019 - Present
Victoria University of Wellington
Professor of Practice, Pacific Region Business
Jan 2019 - Present
New Zealand Infrastructure Commission / Te Waihanga
Jul 2019 - Present

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