Presented by Australian Business Economists


Event Details

Where

The State Room
Hilton Sydney
488 George Street
Sydney
NSW 2000

When

Tuesday 26 Nov 2019 from 6:45pm to 9:45pm (Australia/Sydney)

Closing date

Friday 22 Nov 2019 4:45pm (Australia/Sydney)


Tickets
  1. Ticket Type Sales Close Price Booking Fee Quantity
    4:45pm, 22 Nov 2019 $145.00 $8.98
    4:45pm, 22 Nov 2019 $145.00 $8.98
    4:45pm, 22 Nov 2019 $225.00 $13.38
    4:45pm, 22 Nov 2019 $255.00 $15.03
    4:45pm, 22 Nov 2019 $2,500.00 $77.50

About this event

ABE presents our annual dinner with a briefing by

Dr Philip Lowe

Governor

Reserve Bank of Australia

Issues in economic policy

Tuesday 26 November 2019

Details

Time: 6:45 pm for 7:15 pm

Venue: The State Room, Hilton Sydney, 488 George Street, Sydney

Cost: $225 members, $255 non-members, $2500 tables (of 10 guests each)

Dinner includes three courses and beverages.

Enquiries: info@abe.org.au or call 0419 256 339

Dr Lowe has agreed to take questions from the floor.

There will be no live broadcast of this function.

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 (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