Mr Michael Schur
14 May 2010 10:27:09 AM
For a copy of Mr Schur's presentation from NatStats 2010 click here.
Michael Schur is the Secretary of the NSW Treasury, leading the Treasury in its role advising the NSW Government on financial management and economic issues. Prior to his appointment as Secretary he was the Deputy Secretary of Treasury’s Office of Infrastructure Management.
Michael spent five years at the World Bank, advising governments in Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa on infrastructure reforms, focused primarily on the transport, water, health and electricity sectors. Michael also worked as an advisor to the South African Ministry of Finance, and as a senior consultant and project manager in Ernst and Young’s consulting business. Michael was a recipient of the British Government’s Helen Suzman Leadership Fellowship, a scholarship for postgraduate study in the United Kingdom, awarded in recognition of leadership in the field of economic development, and received a Masters Degree in Economics from the University of London. Michael also has post- and under-graduate degrees from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.