Mike Hannah is a former board secretary and head of communications for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Over 16 years – pivotally, around the 2007–08 financial crisis – he worked closely with five successive governors, the bank’s board, and key political and government offices. He now runs a communications and governance practice, Mike Hannah – Communications & Governance, and is a conference and editorial contributor to Central Banking Publications.
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Articles by Mike Hannah
Multiple expectations test communications
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s communications are being tested, says Mike Hannah
Navigating the hazards of inequalities
Inequality poses a serious challenge for central bank communications, says Mike Hannah
Book notes: After the crash, by Sharyn O’Halloran and Thomas Groll
Book seeks to identify seeds of next crisis, and overriding impression is a plea for more regulation
Walking the talk – engaging with indigenous communities
Engaging with disadvantaged communities is increasingly recognised as important by central banks
Mike Hannah says central bank communications teams need to look beyond traditional media