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Reserve Bank of Australia attracts executive women

Luci Ellis is Chief Economic Advisor

Luci Ellis is the Assistant Governor (Economic) at the Reserve Bank of Australia, a position she has held since December 2016.

Luci is responsible for the RBA's Economic Analysis and Economic Research departments and is the chief economic advisor to the Governor and the Board. She also chairs the RBA committee responsible for its data strategy and is the executive sponsor of the Bank's Business Analysts Community, its Mathematica Users Community and its LGBTI+ allies employee resource group. Luci has been a member of the Australian Statistics Advisory Council since November 2015.

Prior to holding this role, Luci was Head of Financial Stability Department for eight years. She has also served as a Deputy Head of Economic Analysis Department and spent almost two years on secondment at the Bank for International Settlements.

Luci holds a PhD from the University of New South Wales, a Masters in Economics degree from the Australian National University and a first-class Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from the University of Melbourne.


Michele Bullock RBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michele Bullock is the Assistant Governor (Financial System)

Michele Bullock was appointed to her current position in October 2016. In this role she is responsible for the RBA's work on financial stability, including production of the semiannual Financial Stability Review, as well as the RBA's oversight of the payments system. She is a member of the RBA's senior policy committees and is Deputy Chair of the Payments System Board. Prior to her current position, Michele held a variety of senior management positions in the RBA. Most recently she held the position of Assistant Governor (Business Services). She was also Assistant Governor (Currency), Adviser for the Currency Group and, before that, she was Head of Payments Policy Department.

Michele Bullock was appointed to her current position in October 2016. In this role she is responsible for the Bank's work on financial stability, including production of the twice-yearly Financial Stability Review, as well as the Bank's oversight of the payments system. She is a member of the Bank's senior policy committees and is Deputy Chair of the Payments System Board.

Prior to her current position, Michele held a variety of senior management positions in the Bank. Most recently she held the position of Assistant Governor (Business Services). She was also Assistant Governor (Currency), Adviser for the Currency Group and, before that, she was Head of Payments Policy Department.

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