Investment Markets & Financial Outlook 2010

Investment Markets & Financial Outlook 2010

QLD
Nov 9
CEDA Queensland, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and The University of Queensland Business School are proud to present the annual economic outlook for the forthcoming year from the industry's leading economists.

Event overview

Investment Markets & Financial Outlook 2010

QLD
Nov 09

CEDA Queensland, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and The University of Queensland Business School are proud to present the annual economic outlook for the forthcoming year from the industry's leading economists.

Speakers

 

 Public event
 09/11/2009
 Presidential Ballroom Sebel & Citigate,, King George Square Cnr Ann and Roma Streets, Brisbane, QLD

 Economy
 Lunch

   

    


EVENT OVERVIEW

Dr Doug McTaggart is widely recognised as one of the pre-eminent fund managers in Australia. 

He is the CEO of  Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) having previously been Under Treasurer for The Queensland Government. Doug's annual address on the outlook for financial markets for the year ahead is a highlight of the CEDA calendar.

The issues confronting business last year were rising inflation and skills shortages yet Doug flagged an economic slowdown and financial market uncertainty which subsequently unfolded through the GFC. 

Join us to gain a practical and incisive look from  Dr Doug McTaggart, Richard Grace,  and Professor Tim Brailsford  on the investment markets and financial sector for the coming year.  

This lunchtime forum with ample opportunity for questions, is a highlight in the CEDA Queensland calendar. Given the uncertain times ahead Doug, Richard and Tim's unique insight will be more relevant than ever. 

MEET THE SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR

Dr Doug McTaggart, Chief Executive, QIC

Richard Grace, Chief Currency Strategist, Commonwealth Bank Australia 

Professor Tim Brailsford, Executive Dean, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, The University of Queensland 

This event is sponsored by

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