Presented by Australian Business Economists

Event Details


Maritime Room
Hyatt Regency Sydney
161 Sussex Street
NSW 2000


Wednesday 5 Jun 2019 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm (Australia/Sydney)

Closing date

Monday 3 Jun 2019 3:00pm (Australia/Sydney)

  1. Ticket Type Sales Close Price Booking Fee Quantity
    3:00pm, 3 Jun 2019 $75.00 $5.13
    3:00pm, 3 Jun 2019 $75.00 $5.13
    3:00pm, 3 Jun 2019 $165.00 $10.08
    3:00pm, 3 Jun 2019 $195.00 $11.73
    3:00pm, 3 Jun 2019 $1,480.00 $52.00

About this event

ABE are pleased to present a lunchtime briefing and discussion with

Mr Rob Nicholl

Chief Executive Officer

Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM)

Government debt 2019-20: Tough times, easy task

Wednesday 05 June 2019

Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Venue: Maritime Room, Hyatt Regency Sydney, 161 Phillip Street, Sydney

Lunch includes two courses and beverages.

Cost: $165 members, $195 members, $1480 tables (of 8 guests)

Non-members: Join ABE and benefit from discounted ticket prices.

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Enquiries: or call 0419 256 339

Mr Rob Nicholl

Mr Nicholl was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Office of Financial Management in January 2011. He has extensive public and financial policy experience having had a number of senior executive appointments in the Tasmanian Treasury and Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources. His public and financial policy knowledge is broad and during his eight year appointment as a Tasmanian Treasury Deputy Secretary he gained significant commercial and regulatory experience taking a lead role in major whole-of-government projects. In 2000, Mr Nicholl worked as Senior Advisor to the then Tasmanian Deputy Premier. Prior to joining the public service, he spent several years in academia as a research fellow and lecturing in economics. He has worked as a consultant and has a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Tasmania and a Masters of Arts from the University of Alberta.

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