NSW post-budget address

NSW post-budget address

Jun 19
Following the release of the 2019-20 NSW state budget, CEDA welcomes NSW Treasurer, the Hon. Dominic Perrottet for this special address.


The Hon. Dominic Perrottet, NSW Treasurer
David Deverall, Chief Executive, NSW Treasury Corporation

Event overview

Join a broad-based audience of CEDA members and guests to hear:

  • Economic forecasts for NSW in 2019-20 and beyond;
  • Investment needed to retain high quality services and infrastructure; and
  • Anticipated economic headwinds and green shoots that will impact the state bottom line.
This event will also feature an update from NSW TCorp Chief Executive, David Deverall on the TCorp borrowing program.

Event presentations

David Deverall, NSW Treasury Corporation MP3 | PDF

The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP, New South Wales Treasurer MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Dominic Perrottet
NSW Treasurer

Dominic Perrottet is the Treasurer in the New South Wales (NSW) Government, and the Member for Epping in the NSW Legislative Assembly. Dominic was re-appointed Treasurer and Deputy Leader of the NSW Liberal Party in March 2019 following the re-election of the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government. 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. Dominic’s work as Treasurer reflects his firm commitment to responsible financial management. His first two budgets (in 2017-18 and 2018-19) have been characterised by strong surpluses and spending restraint, and he has successfully worked to preserve NSW’s coveted triple-A credit rating with both of the world’s leading ratings agencies (Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s).

Meet the speaker

David Deverall
Chief Executive, NSW Treasury Corporation

David Deverall is the Chief Executive of New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp), the financial markets partner of the NSW public sector. TCorp manages approximately $105 billion of financial assets and $72 billion of debt on behalf of the Government of NSW. Taking up the appointment in February 2016, David brings extensive experience in financial services, funds management and strategy from his career spanning almost 30 years in finance. An experienced CEO David has led several companies in the financial services sector including Perpetual Limited. David has also held senior management positions at Macquarie Group as Head of Strategy and Group Head of Funds Management. David served as Chair of the peak wealth management industry body, The Financial Services Council. He was Non-Executive Director at the listed property group, Charter Hall Group, where he was Chair of the Audit and Compliance Committee and was a member of the Nominations Committee. David holds an MBA from Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Palo Alto, California and a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours) from University of Sydney.

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