David Croy

Sharon Zollner - Chief Economist

Sharon joined the Economics team in 2010 and became Chief Economist in late 2017. She started her career as a macroeconomist at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in 1998, and has also worked at the Central Bank of Norway. Sharon created the Truckometer in 2012. She has a particular interest in Big Data and machine learning and its potential applications in macroeconomics.   

Sharon Zollner

Philip Borkin - Senior Macro Strategist

Philip returned to the ANZ Economics team as a Senior Economist in 2015 after a five year stint with Goldman Sachs in both Auckland and Sydney covering the New Zealand and Australian economies. In 2018 he moved to the role of Senior Macro Strategist, covering developments in domestic and global interest rate and FX markets.

Liz Kendall – Senior Economist

Liz joined the ANZ economics team in 2018, after spending the early part of her career in forecasting and modelling at the Reserve Bank in both New Zealand and Australia. Liz’s day-to-day activities include monitoring economic developments, maintaining and producing economic forecasts, and assisting in the publication of key outputs, including Morning Focus; Market Focus; Property Focus; and Quarterly Economic Forecasts. Liz holds degrees in economics and mathematics.  

Miles Workman - Economist

Miles joined ANZ in 2018 from the New Zealand Treasury, where he spent the previous four years working on fiscal strategy advice, macroeconomic policy, and the Treasury’s economic and tax forecasts.  Miles’s day-to-day activities include monitoring economic developments, contributing to the economic forecasts and writing key publications, such as the Morning Focus, Market Focus and Quarterly Economic Forecasts.   

 

Kyle Uerata - Regional Economist / Statistician

Kyle started with the ANZ in 2015. Kyle was previously employed at Statistics New Zealand. He oversees the team's statistical information, an array of regional information, the Business Outlook survey and other proprietary indicators. Kyle is the 'go to' person for economic statistics.