Keith Hall was appointed Assistant Governor at the Reserve Bank of Australia in May 2008. In his current role he oversees the Bank's provision of banking and payment services to financial institutions, governments and international organisations, including the system that supports the settlement of high value payments and interbank obligations in Australia. He is also a senior member of the Bank's policy advisory committees.
Prior to his current appointment, Keith held a variety of senior management positions in the Bank most recently as Head of Financial Stability Department and as Head of International Department. He also held senior positions in the RBA's Banking Supervision Department prior to the transfer of this function to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
Keith holds an Honours degree in Economics from the University of Wales, and a Masters degree in Economics from the London School of Economics.
University of Wales (BSc Hons 1974)
London School of Economics (MSc 1979)
|1975–1991||Reserve Bank of Australia – positions in International Department and Banking and Finance Department|
|1991–94||Chief Manager, Bank Supervision Department|
|1994–96||Chief Representative in Europe|
|1996–98||Chief Manager, International Department|
|1998–2000||Head of Personnel Department|
|2000–07||Head of Financial Stability Department|
|2007–08||Head of International Department|