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Benjamin Louis Isaacs

Ben Isaacs CV

28 ans

Situation professionnelle

A l'écoute du marché

Souhait professionnel

De 2 à 5 ans
Entre 35 k et 55 k€
Type de contrat
Indifférent - Nouvelle-Zélande
- Expert judiciaire, indépendant, d'assurances
- Responsable juridique et fiscal
- Cabinet d'avocats
- Public / Parapublic
- Institutions internationales - International Institutions


Double Master of Economics and Law candidate at the Toulouse School of Economics and University of Toulouse 1 in France, specialising in the Competition Law. Currently on career break from Deloitte New Zealand's Strategy and Operations practice, I'm an ambitious young professional with a background in economics and law, having been admitted to the Roll of Barristers and Solicitors of the New Zealand High Court.

In my spare time I'm a keen triathlete, golfer, and drinker of red wines and craft beer.

Expériences professionnelles


Deloitte New Zealand , Wellington - CDI

De Janvier 2016 à Août 2018

• Identifying and implementing changes to prison guard rosters and systems. Developed impact assessment based on first principles thinking. Facilitated and led meetings with up to 100 stakeholders, including senior Department of Corrections Executives and Prison Directors.
• Deep technical knowledge of strategic procurement. This was developed through working closely alongside the Department of Correction’s Chief Procurement Officer and taking the sub-stream lead on adaption of procurement operation excellence model to New Zealand conditions. This allowed me to draw on legal experience in developing a model that fit the New Zealand context, based on global best practice.
• Founded, and led, Deloitte-led Public Sector Young Professionals Group. This provided regular informative discussions for New Professionals working in, and with, public sector about career paths and development opportunities.
• Account Coordinator for Security and Justice sector grouping and Department of Corrections client services team. Regularly briefed Partners for global meetings and client engagements.
• A range of financial transformation experience. This included the development of a performance management framework at enterprise level and key performance indicators for service lines to drive business performance at one of New Zealand’s largest privately held businesses.
• Contributor to Deloitte’s State of the State publication in 2016 and 2017, an annual review of the government’s financial position and implications for public policy in New Zealand. In 2016 this publication looked at social investment, an evidence-based approach to government investment. In 2017, it looked at New Zealand’s ability to be resilient in the face of uncertainty towards the future. Links to these documents can be found here:

Scholar and intern

Bell Gully , Auckland - Stage

De Octobre 2014 à Février 2015

• Summer Clerkship at Bell Gully, rotating through Employment, Corporate Takeovers, and Banking and Finance teams.
• Awarded Bell Gully Scholarship in 2012 for academic excellence and promise as a corporate lawyer.
• Bell Gully is ranked in the top two New Zealand firms for Band 1 practice areas and Band 1 individuals in Chambers Asia Pacific 2018. The firm has led these rankings for 14 of the last 15 years.

Formation complémentaire

Admission to Roll of Barristers and Solicitors, High Court of New Zealand

Institute of Professional Legal Studies - Law

2015 à 2016

15 week course requirement for admission to the Roll of Barristers and Solicitors of New Zealand.

Parcours officiels

TSE – Master 2 – Economics and Competition Law (ECL) – 2019


Anglais - Langue maternelle

Français - Courant


Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Word
R, Stata, Pack Office
Excellent use of English
Public policy
Public Policy and Development
Public Sector
Security and Justice
Recherche documentaire
word office
Public Speaking
Employment Law
Banking Law
Commercial Law
Competition Law

Centres d'intérêt

  • Diplomacy
  • Triathlon
  • Golf
  • French films
  • Red wine