Where next - 2021 and beyond?

It’s time for a reset, where we consider the next phase of our national response to the pandemic in terms of how we can improve our risk management both outside the border, at the border, and internally. At the same time we can engage constructively and proactively on a range of fronts to seize the opportunity to reinvigorate our economy. In the short term this means capitalising on our COVID-free status, and in the longer term we must address the fundamental planks necessary to rebuild a better and more prosperous New Zealand. 

To address our longer term issues and capitalise on the opportunity New Zealand finds itself in here are some of the things we believe would strengthen the next phase of recovery:

  • The Government’s leadership and approach
  • Reform of the education sector to boost intellectual capital and productivity
  • Encourage capital investment
  • Addressing the climate change imperative
  • Improve resource allocation and infrastructure
  • Revisit retirement savings and national superannuation settings
  • Local government reforms

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Mark Averill

Mark Averill

CEO and Senior Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 646 418

Keren Blakey

Keren Blakey

Chair, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 628 226

David Bridgman

David Bridgman

Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 760 524

Murray Schnuriger

Murray Schnuriger

Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, PwC New Zealand

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Carl Blanchard

Carl Blanchard

Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 744 722

Leigh Tomei

Leigh Tomei

Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 22 301 3652

Geof Nightingale

Geof Nightingale

Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 940 346

Jeroen Bouman

Jeroen Bouman

Consulting Managing Partner and Wellington Market Managing Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 585 753

Craig Armitage

Craig Armitage

Canterbury Managing Partner, PwC New Zealand

Tel: +64 21 616 232

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