Dr Sally Auld (1989)
Sally joined J.P. Morgan in September 2008 and is Chief Economist and the Head of Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange Strategy for Australia and New Zealand.
Sally is responsible for views on the Antipodean economic and policy outlook as well as strategic and tactical trade recommendations in Antipodean interest rate and Foreign Exchange markets. Her research is targeted at a variety of institutional clients, both domestic and offshore.
Previously, Sally was Co-Head of Economics and Interest Rate Research at ANZ. Sally initially started her career as an interest rate strategist at Credit Suisse in January 2001.
Sally holds a Bachelor of Economics with First Class Honours and the University Medal from the University of Sydney and a Doctorate in Economics from Oxford University.
While at Oxford, Sally played fabulous cricket and was captain of the Oxford University Women’s Cricket Club in 2000.
In 2007 Sally was a recipient of the inaugural Women’s College Young Alumna Award, given to a woman 35 years or under for her contribution to professional life or the community. And now, Sally is a member of the Governing Council of The Women’s College, within the University of Sydney. She also sits on the scholarships committee for The Pinnacle Foundation.