Laurence has been NZIER’s Chief Executive since 2014. Before NZIER he lived in Europe for 25 years, and held a series of commercial and strategic roles for FTSE-100 companies active in international markets.
Laurence’s career has spanned the ICT, telco, aviation, infrastructure and energy sectors, and has included roles in in strategy, economics, regulation, country management, operations, business development and general management. He has worked with clients in both the public and private sectors at all scales, and has advised on issues ranging from the formation and execution of commercial strategy to public policy and regulation.
After a series of financial and commercial roles for BP Amoco, Shell and SITA, Laurence joined BT Group in 2000 and was appointed Head of Economic Analysis for BT Global Services in 2003. BT Global Services is the international division and largest business within BT, active in 170 countries and a ICT top-50 company in its own right. He was then successively Head of Products, Head of UK and, in 2010, Director of Global Competition and Regulation, leading multi-disciplinary and multinational competition strategy and regulatory teams across Europe, the US, Africa and Asia. He was also Chair of the Working Groups for Economics and Business Services for the European Competitive Telecommunications Operators Association (ECTA) in Brussels for seven years.
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A report for NZTech.
The New Zealand Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (NZPECC) has released two NZIER research reports into Global Value Chains (GVCs) and Global Value Networks. Both reports focus on how Kiwi firms operate in the modern global economy, and how policy can hinder or support their growth.