Guest speaker at the August 8 Kāpiti Electra Business Breakfast Cameron Bagrie has worked as an economist in New Zealand for 21 years, including 10 as Chief Economist of ANZ New Zealand.
As Chief Economist, Cameron leads a team of economists and strategists working in ANZ’s financial markets operation.
The responsibilities of the team include the forecasting of the New Zealand economy, analysis of New Zealand monetary policy as well as the forecasting and strategy work associated with fixed income research. On top of this he provides considerable strategic input to clients and the bank.
Cameron travels extensively providing economic and financial advice to ANZ’s customers in New Zealand as well as overseas. He appears regularly in the media.
Cameron has previously held posts at the National Bank of New Zealand and New Zealand Treasury. He gained a BCom from University of Otago and a MCom from the University of Canterbury. Outside of work he enjoys all sports, Central Otago Pinot Noir, and spending time with his family.
Tuesday 8 August 2017
7.15am to 8.45am
Southward Car Museum
$25 (incl GST) per person
Cameron will give with his take on the economic state of the nation and the world pre-election.
He will articulate a ten-year history lesson about BOOMS, that are followed by BUSTS – 1967 to 68, 77 to 78, 1988, 97 to 98, 2008, and 2018 is just around the corner.
Will history repeat, rhyme, or will a new chapter be written?