- Previously chair and non-executive director of the Reserve Bank of NZ, deputy governor and briefly acting governor.
- Founding chair of the National Infrastructure Advisory Board and for more than a decade a non-executive director of the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce.
- Vice chancellor of the University of Canterbury for 10 years, and holds a PhD in insurance and risk management, an MA in applied economics and managerial science, an MBA in money and finance and honours degrees in law and economics.
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