Deputy Governor Andrew Hauser

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Andrew Hauser is Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Mr Hauser became Deputy Governor on 12 February 2024. He is Deputy Chair of the Reserve Bank Board.

Prior to his current role, Mr Hauser held a variety of senior positions at the Bank of England, most recently as Executive Director for Markets. He was also Executive Director for Banking, Payments and Financial Resilience; oversaw the Bank of England’s quarterly Inflation Report, its regional agency network and its international economic analysis; served on the secretariats of the Monetary and Financial Policy committees; was chief of staff to the Governor in the aftermath of the global financial crisis; and alternate Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC.

Education London School of Economics (MSc Economics, 1996–97)
University of Oxford (MA Politics, Philosophy & Economics, 1989–92)
2018–24 Executive Director, Markets, Bank of England
2015–18 Executive Director, Banking, Payments and Financial Resilience, Bank of England
2013–16 Non-Executive Director and Chair of Audit and Risk Committee, NHS Resolution (UK)
2014–15 Head of Bank of England/HM Treasury/Financial Conduct Authority Fair & Effective Markets Review
2006–14 Various Head of Division roles at the Bank of England, including: chief of staff to the Governor, head of Sterling Markets, head of Inflation Report and regional agency network and head of international economic analysis
2004–06 Alternate Executive Director for the United Kingdom, International Monetary Fund
1992–2004 Various managerial and analytical positions at the Bank of England, including in: monetary analysis and strategy; structural economic analysis; business strategy and finance department; wholesale market supervision; and financial market structure and regulation