Vince’s areas of expertise include public policy, regulation and economics, including saving and superannuation, Commonwealth-state financial relations, skills training, and financial and trade practices regulation.
His current main focus is economic expert witness reports in trade practices and other areas of economic regulation. Major projects include:
Vince has been an ACG Director since 1989 and was Chairman for a number of years. Prior to 1989, he was a senior government official in Canberra, in the Departments of the Treasury, Prime Minister and Cabinet, Finance (Deputy Secretary), Trade (Secretary) and Employment, Education and Training (Secretary).
Vince was a director of ING Australia Holdings Ltd from 1994 to 2004, a member of the Board of management of MAB Corporation from 2003 to 2010 and a trustee (governing Council member) of the National Gallery of Victoria from 2003 to 2012. He is currently a director of ETF Securities Limited and ETF Metal Securities (Australia) Limited. He is also a member of the Council of the Australian National University, President of the Victorian Division of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a trustee of the Finkel and Tuckwell charitable Foundations, and a director of the Goulburn-Murray Indigenous community’s Kaiela Institute.
Vince was educated at St Augustine’s College, Cairns, University of Queensland, and Harvard University. He holds a Bachelor of Economics (Honours), University Medal and a PhD (Harvard) Economics.