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Glenn Stevens

Glenn Stevens AC worked at the highest levels of the Reserve Bank of Australia for twenty years, most recently as Governor between 2006 and 2016.

Mr Stevens has also made key contributions to a number of Australian and international boards and committees, including as chair of the Australian Council of Financial Regulators between 2006 and 2016, as a member of the Financial Stability Board, and on a range of G20 committees.

Mr Stevens is also an advisor for Ellerston Capital’s Global Macro Fund, a Non-Executive Director at Macquarie Group, a member of NWQ’s investment committee, and a director at the Anika Foundation. He has a Bachelor of Economics (First Class Honours) from the University of Sydney and a Master’s degree in Economics from Western University in Ontario.


Articles by Glenn Stevens (1)

  • Australia's international economic engagement: Opportunities and challenges

    The Lowy Institute analysis 'Making the Most of the G20', which argues the G20 should be at the centre of Australia's approach to economic engagement,  explores many of the themes that will be aired in this debate. As a small open economy in an increasingly interconnected global economy, Australia has a direct interest in the global policy agenda. In the narrowest sense, we need to be engaged in the international policy discourse because we are directly affected by the decisions that are made.