NSW mid-year economic update

NSW mid-year economic update

NSW
Dec 14
CEDA welcomes the Hon. Dominic Perrottet to deliver his inaugural address as NSW Treasurer to CEDA members and guests.

Speakers

The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP, NSW Treasurer

Event overview

In June 2017, the Hon. Dominic Perrottet handed down the 2017-18 NSW Budget, forecasting a budget surplus of $2.7 billion and economic growth of 3 per cent (gross state product), with the NSW economy expected to continue leading the nation.

The state’s strong budget result will ensure that a strong investment pipeline on 21st century infrastructure, world-class healthcare, as well as more, and better, schools for the community.

Following his first budget, CEDA welcomes the NSW Treasurer in his inaugural address to CEDA to deliver the State’s mid-year economic update to members and their guests.

This event will examine:

  • Updated NSW economic forecasts for 2017-18 and beyond;
  • Investment needed to retain high quality of services and infrastructure; and
  • Anticipated economic headwinds and green shoots that will impact the State bottom line.

Register now. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear updated forecasts and further understand the State’s strong economic position that underpins the economic and social prosperity of NSW. 
 

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP
NSW Treasurer

Dominic is Treasurer in the NSW Government, and the Member for Epping in the NSW Legislative Assembly. He was re-appointed Treasurer and Deputy Leader of the NSW Liberal Party in March 2019. He was first appointed Treasurer and Deputy Leader in January 2017, having previously served as Minister for Finance and Services from April 2014, and then Minister for Finance, Services and Property from April 2015. He is driven by the belief that responsible fiscal management is the key to delivering better services and infrastructure, and his three budgets have been characterised by strong surpluses, record investment in new productive infrastructure, and tax cuts of around $2.4 billion, all while maintaining NSW’s coveted triple-A credit rating.

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