Saul Eslake

Saul Eslake

Saul Eslake was educated in Tasmania, and returned to his home State in December 2014 after living in Melbourne for 32 years, during which he worked in Chief Economist roles for a number of financial institutions including National Mutual Funds Management, ANZ Bank and Bank of America-Merrill Lynch. In June 2015 he established his own economic advisory and consulting business based in Hobart.

Saul was Chair of the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board from 2006 until 2011, and a member of the Australian Business Arts Foundation Board from 2010 until 2012. He is also on the Board of Hydro Tasmania.