New South Wales

Australian Business Economists Lunch


From: Tuesday September 17, 2013, 12:30 pm

To: Tuesday September 17, 2013, 2:00 pm

Topic:          Policy & Markets: Next Steps for the Federal Government and the Australian Economy Date:             17th September 2013 Time:           12:30 pm -- 2:00 pm Venue:        Grand Ballroom, The Westin, 1 Martin Place, Sydney Cost:             $145 for members, $165 for non-members RSVP:           Click here, contact, or call 0419 256 339 Women in Banking and Finance and the Australian Business Economists invite you to join them to hear the latest views from its panel of esteemed economists. The challenges for Australian Business remain many. While the US economy is beginning to heal, the Federal Reserve is contemplating an end to Quantitative Easing and this could have significant impact on markets. The European economy is deep in recession, while Japan has entered a new and aggressive QE phase to try and break 15 years of deflation. In Australia the outlook remains very dependent on what is happening around the world and the response from who wins the Federal election. A panel of Australia's most prominent economists will discuss what should be the economic and policy priorities for the government (new or returned) in the years ahead. Facilitated by Anne Anderson (UBS), the panel includes Stephen Halmarick (Colonial First State and ABE Chairman); David Plank (Deutsche Bank AG); Warren Hogan (ANZ); and Besa Deda (St George Bank). Australian Business Economists (ABE) aims to encourage greater understanding of economic issues by fostering debate in the financial markets, business and commercial sectors and across the community in general. For further information, visit Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF) is a non-profit organisation, which provides a forum for professional women in financial services and related industries. For further information, visit


Grand Ballroom, The Westin

1 Martin Place, Sydney

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