Phillip Cregeen

Phillip Cregeen

Position: President 
Company: IIBA New Zealand

Phil is excited to lead the IIBA NZ Chapter and is keen to support members in developing their skillsets, knowledge and in gaining certification in the IIBA qualifications.

Phil is has worked for 20 years in IT, internationally in Europe and Canada and here in NZ, currently employed as a business analyst working in government and telecommunications. He originally started as a developer in business intelligence before eventually becoming a business analyst, gaining his Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) qualification in 2015.

Of particular interest to Phil is

  • to standardize the way we teach and provide knowledge to members in the practice of business analysis
  • leading and developing deeper partnerships with industry and educational institutions in New Zealand

Phil understands the value of learning and teaching through the IIBA, having taught many students through running IIBA Accelerators Study groups and has been a capability lead in charge of over 50 business analysts.

“I consider this an absolute honour to represent the needs of the New Zealand BA profession through the IIBA and want to make the most of this opportunity to get study groups working again across New Zealand including in remote areas. I also want people to reach out to us at the IIBA for help – we have a strong network to truly support BAs regardless of geography, level of knowledge and meeting people face-to-face through IIBA meetup groups.”

Please contact Phil with any questions or feedback at or LinkedIn – he will be more than happy to help!


Presentation: Panel Presentation

Join Phillip Cregeen, IIBA NZ President, Yvonne Bishop, IIBA NZ Past President and Georgiana Mannion, IIBA Aust Vice President for a lively chat on working in different countries and cities. Considering “crossing the ditch” as they say? This is the panel you want to be involved in. You will have plenty of opportunity to ask questions across the hour as you learn all there is to know about working abroad.