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Recent developments in the domestic and global economies - ONLINE ONLY


From: Tuesday November 16, 2021, 1:30 pm

To: Tuesday November 16, 2021, 2:30 pm

Australian Business Economists
are pleased to present a briefing and discussion with
Dr Philip Lowe, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
Recent developments in the domestic and global economies

In the current circumstances ABE is unable to host our annual dinner featuring as guest speaker Dr Philip Lowe. Instead we'll present a webinar. We hope that you'll join us. And we hope to back in the room from early next year. 
Date: Tuesday 16 November 2021
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm AEDT
Venue: By Zoom webinar only. Details provided on registration
Cost: Free of charge for members, $25 for non-members
Educators and students are welcome at no charge
Registration in advance is essential
Register and pay online here
Dr Lowe has agreed to take questions from the audience.
Enquiries: or call 0419 256 339

Register here


Dr Philip Lowe
Philip Lowe is Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Dr Lowe holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.Comm (Honours) in Economics/Econometrics from the University of New South Wales. He has authored numerous papers, including on the linkages between monetary policy and financial stability. He commenced as Governor in September 2016. He is Chair of the Reserve Bank Board and Payments System Board, and Chair of the Council of Financial Regulators. He also serves on the FSB Steering Committee. Prior to his current role, he held the positions of Deputy Governor, Assistant Governor (Economic) and Assistant Governor (Financial System). He also spent two years with the Bank for International Settlements working on financial stability issues. Dr Lowe is Chair of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and a director of The Anika Foundation. Dr Lowe is a signatory to The Banking and Finance Oath.

Australian Business Economists
email: web: phone: 0419 256 339

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