Bryan Chapple
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Bryan Chapple

The Treasury / Te Tai Ōhanga

Deputy secretary, macroeconomics and growth

  • Appointed 2017.
  • Previously with MBIE as head of the office of the chief executive, and general manager strategic policy.
  • Previous roles were in policy and economic functions at the Ministry of Economic Development, the De Nederlandsche Bank (Netherlands Central Bank) and the Reserve Bank of NZ.
  • Holds a BCA (Hons) in economics from Victoria University and a BBS from Massey University.

Career

De Nederlandsche Bank
Senior Policy Analyst
Jan 1999 - Dec 2006
Ministry of Economic Development
Manager, Investment Law
Apr 2006 - Nov 2012
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment / Hīkina Whakatutuki
Head of the Office of the Chief Executive, General Manager, Strategic Policy
Dec 2012 - Feb 2017
The Treasury / Te Tai Ōhanga
Deputy Secretary, Macroeconomics and Growth
Feb 2017 - Present

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