Frank Quin

Analyst | Kaitātari
Wellington office

Frank is passionate about finding innovative ways to support a more equitable and sustainable future for all New Zealanders

Frank joined MartinJenkins in 2022 as an analyst. With a background in finance and macro-economics, he brings strong research and data-analysis skills to our team, as well as a well-rounded understanding of the economic climate.

Frank’s driving motivation is the development of the people of Aotearoa. He loves to collaborate on large projects that have the potential to improve wellbeing. Using forecast modelling and economic analysis, he strives to find necessary adjustments to policy and innovative solutions to today’s problems. His key interest areas include the environment, infrastructure, and employment.

Outside work, Frank is passionate about sport and cinema. He is an overly excitable Celtics fan involved in a social basketball league, and he tries to keep up with the constant flow of new and exciting films.

Examples of Frank’s work

  • Nelson Airport: Economic cost analysis – Frank built an economic cost model to forecast the costs of a runway extension for the airport. Using his experience in financial analysis, he drew from a range of sources to evaluate the potential costs and economic impacts of the project, and worked with experts to evaluate these estimates.

  • Environmental Protection Agency: Funding review – Frank supported an analysis of the long-term funding of the agency and used his experience to provide insights from industry professionals and from a wide array of information from the EPA and the wider sector.

  • Electricity Authority: Independent assessment of impact measures – He supported this assessment by analysing a range of consumer-focussed documents covering the key impact measures being tested, including interviewing the staff who developed the documents.

  • Submissions analysis – Frank has supported the coding of submissions for a range of submissions analysis projects. This included public submissions on a complex and controversial package of proposed legislation, a large internal survey for a public agency, and submissions on change management processes affecting several teams within an agency.

Frank’s qualifications

Frank graduated from Victoria University of Wellington with a BCom in Economics and Finance in 2018. He returned to VUW to complete a Master of Business (Professional) in 2022, specialising in Investment Management.