Post budget briefing by Victorian Treasurer, Michael O'Brien

Post budget briefing by Victorian Treasurer, Michael O'Brien

VIC
May 13
Registrations for this event have now closed. Please contact Ricky Papara on (03) 9652 8414.

Speakers

The Hon. Michael O'Brien, Treasurer of Victoria
Nathan Taylor, Chief Economist, CEDA

Event overview

On 29 November 2014, Victorian's will head to the polls to have their say on the direction of the state and throughout the year CEDA will offer opportunities for members to hear from both sides of government on their policy directions.

Under the banner of the Spring Street Connection, CEDA is pleased to welcome Victorian Treasurer, Michael O'Brien, to provide insights and an overview of the 2014-15 state budget and to discuss the Government's priorities should it be returned to office in November.

For the opportunity to hear directly from the State Treasurer in this election year, join CEDA for the 2014 Post-Budget Briefing.

Meet the speakers

The Hon. Michael O'Brien
Treasurer of Victoria

Nathan Taylor
Chief Economist, CEDA

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