CFO and Principal Economist
Kevin is the Chief Financial Officer and Principal Economist at Risk Frontiers, with extensive experience working with local, state and federal government agencies across a wide range of projects.
His major focus is working with corporate and government clients in Australia and Asia to help them to better understand the risks they face from natural disasters and climate change, including a particular interest in integrating business improvement programs.
Alongside his expertise in the economic cost of natural disasters and the implication of sea level rise on the coastal strip, Kevin also has significant teaching experience at the post-grad level in coastal management and has designed and taught executive education programs on disaster management.
Kevin has a PhD from Macquarie University that looked at the costs of managing natural disaster risks in Australia and an honours degree in management majoring in economics and finance from the University of Waikato in New Zealand.