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Former RBA analyst joins Frontier Advisors

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Asset consultant Frontier Advisors has appointed economic adviser and former RBA senior analyst Philip Naylor to its capital markets and asset allocation team.

In a statement, Frontier Advisers said Mr Naylor, who currently serves as the economic adviser to Northern Territory Treasurer Nicole Manison, will join the asset consulting firm on 8 October.

Prior to his current role, he had a short stint as an economist, Australia and New Zealand at Macquarie.

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Before that, Mr Naylor spent a year at the Reserve Bank of Australia where he was a senior analyst and represented Australia at the G20 for the Investment and Infrastructure Working Group.

He has a long history at the RBA, where he held various analyst and adviser roles between 2008 and 2015 and was based in New York.

Mr Naylor has also worked as an economic consultant to the World Bank Group, based in Washington D.C.

Commenting on the appointment, Frontier chief executive Andrew Polson said: “Philip has an impressive professional and academic pedigree and a diverse background of prior roles.”

“He brings an excellent set of skills to the table, including a valuable mix of local and international economic and markets experience along with a strong ability to communicate with clients and his colleagues.”

“Philip will add both breadth and depth to our team, under the leadership of Chris Trevillyan.”


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