Reserve Bank Lunch

Join us for lunch with Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Adrian Orr on Friday, 21 February.

Brought to you by Westpac, at this event The Governor will provide an overview of the quarterly Monetary Policy Statement by the Reserve Bank, which is due for release the week prior, on Wednesday 12 February. 

He will also discuss the current state of the economy and the implications of the Monetary Statement and Official Cash Rate decision for businesses in Aotearoa New Zealand, as well as the outlook for the year ahead. 

This event provides an exclusive opportunity to ask questions about some important issues that will impact local business and to hear firsthand from one of the key decision-makers in New Zealand’s national business community.

Individual seats and corporate tables available. 


Adrian Orr, Governor, Reserve Bank of New Zealand


Adrian Orr was appointed Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in March 2018.

Previously, Adrian was Chief Executive Officer at the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. During his time there he won many awards including the Deloitte IPANZ Improving Performance through Leadership Excellence award in 2016, and Asian Investor’s Individual Contribution to Institutional Investment Award in 2017.

Prior to that, he was Deputy Governor and Head of Financial Stability for the Reserve Bank. Adrian has also held the positions of Chief Economist at Westpac Banking Corporation, Chief Manager of the Economics Department at the Reserve Bank and Chief Economist at The National Bank of New Zealand. He has also worked at the New Zealand Treasury; and the OECD, based in Paris.


Member - $110.00 + GST
Non-Member - $175.00 + GST

Table of 10
Member - $950 + GST
Non-Member - $1600 + GST

Includes two course lunch. A cash bar will operate on the day with the option to pre-order beverages for table bookings.

21/02/2020 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Air Force Museum of New Zealand 45 Harvard Ave Wigram CHRISTCHURCH NEW ZEALAND

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