Presented by Australian Business Economists
Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park
161 Elizabeth Street
Thursday 6 Dec 2018 from 6:45pm to 9:45pm (Australia/Sydney)
Tuesday 4 Dec 2018 6:00pm (Australia/Sydney)
About this event
ABE presents our annual dinner with a briefing by
Dr Guy Debelle
Reserve Bank of Australia
Global financial crisis
Thursday 06 December 2018
Time: 6:45 pm for 7:15 pm
Venue: Ballroom, Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park, 161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Cost: $195 members, $235 non-members, $2250 tables (of 10 guests each)
Dinner includes three courses and beverages.
Enquiries: email@example.com or call 0419 256 339
Dr Debelle has agreed to take questions from the floor.
There will be no live broadcast of this function.
Dr Guy Debelle
Guy Debelle commenced as Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia on 18 September 2016. He is Deputy Chair of the Reserve Bank Board and Chair of the Reserve Bank's Risk Management Committee. He is a former chair of the Australian Foreign Exchange Committee and also chaired the BIS Foreign Exchange Working Group responsible for the development of the Global Code of Conduct for the Foreign Exchange Market. Prior to his current role, Dr Debelle was the Assistant Governor (Financial Markets). In that role, he had oversight of the Bank's operations in the domestic and global financial markets, including the management of Australia's foreign reserves. He briefed the Reserve Bank Board on developments in financial markets at the monthly Board meetings. Dr Debelle also worked at the International Monetary Fund, Bank for International Settlements, Australian Treasury and as a visiting professor in economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He graduated from the University of Adelaide with an honours degree in economics and gained his PhD in economics at MIT under Stanley Fischer and Rudi Dornbusch. Dr Debelle is a signatory to The Banking and Finance Oath.
Australian Business Economists (ABE) aims to encourage greater understanding of economic issues by fostering debate in the financial market, business and commercial sector and across the community in general. Visit us at: www.abe.org.au