Mr Adam Boyton
Adam Boyton has over twenty years of experience as a policy advisor and economist.
He was formerly a Managing Director at Deutsche Bank, the Bank’s Australian Chief Economist and Head of Fixed Income Research. He started his career at the Federal Treasury and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, before joining Deutsche Bank in 2000.
After spending three years in New York as the bank’s US-based currency strategist, Adam was appointed Deutsche Bank's Australian Chief Economist in July 2010.
Adam is a regular contributor to the economic and public policy debate in Australia and has a monthly column in the opinion pages of the Australian Financial Review since mid-2015. He has also had opinion articles published in The Australian and The Age; and has contributed essays to two books.
Adam was also a Policy Director and Chief of Staff to a NSW Opposition Leader.
In addition to being a member of the NSW Skills Board, he is also a Trustee of the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust.