NSW Treasurer Half Yearly Update

NSW Treasurer Half Yearly Update

NSW
Dec 18
EVENT CHANGE OF DATE: This event will now take place on Thursday, 18 December 2014. If you have any queries please contact Karlena James on 02 9779 9746.

Speakers

The Hon. Andrew Constance, NSW Treasurer

Event overview

"We are in a position of greater financial security, and we are now building on that for the benefit of future generations of this state". The Hon. Andrew Constance, NSW Treasurer, June 2014

When the NSW Budget was released in June 2014 it showed a significant turnaround in the public finances, showing a return to surplus 1 year earlier than previously forecast.

With the state's economic growth leading Australia for the first two consecutive quarters, the NSW 2014-2015 Budget outlined a forecast deficit of $283 million for the 2014-2015 financial year, before returning to a surplus of $660 million in the 2015-2016 financial year.

CEDA is pleased to welcome the NSW Treasurer, the Hon. Andrew Constance MP, to the CEDA platform to outline NSW's half-yearly economic position.

This event will examine:

  • Rebuilding NSW: what is next on the agenda for the State's once in a generation infrastructure boom;
  • How the state of NSW is tracking against the 2014-2015 budget estimates;
  • Federal financial relations and long-term health funding; and
  • The Harper Competition Policy Review and the state of NSW.

 

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Andrew Constance
NSW Treasurer

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