New South Wales

What would an Australian version of QE look like?

Date

From: Wednesday August 21, 2019, 12:30 pm

To: Wednesday August 21, 2019, 2:00 pm

The RBA has resumed easing monetary policy and, if futures market pricing is to be believed, RBA will take the cash rate below 1% in 2020. As the so-called “zero-bound” for conventional policy is approached discussion about the use of alternative monetary policy, including quantitative easing, will intensify. The RBA has indicated that options involving a deeper rummage around in the monetary policy tool kit have been road-tested but are unlikely to be needed in Australia. We shall see. This event features a panel of eminent economists, academics and bankers and examines what QE and other unconventional policies in Australia may look like, and what the implications of implementation might be.

Speakers

  • Ms Lyn Cobley, Chief Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank
  • Dr Stephen Grenville AO, Non-resident Fellow, Lowy Institute
  • Dr Stephen Kirchner, Program Director, United States Studies Centre

Panel moderated by Ms Su-Lin Ong, Chief Economist, RBC Capital Markets. 

Details
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00
Venue: Ballroom, Four Seasons Sydney, 199 George Street, Sydney
Lunch includes two courses and beverages.
Cost: $165 member, $195 non-member, $1480 table of 8

The panel will take questions from the floor.
There will be no live broadcast of this function.
Enquiries: info@abe.org.au or call 0419 256 339

Register and pay online here

Venue

Ballroom, Four Seasons Sydney

199 George Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000


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