CEDA Annual Dinner Address by RBA Governor, Glenn Stevens

CEDA Annual Dinner Address by RBA Governor, Glenn Stevens

VIC
Nov 18
Join CEDA members and guests for our 2014 annual dinner and our biennial address by Reserve Bank Governor, Glenn Stevens.

Speakers

Glenn Stevens, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia

Event overview

Hear first hand from RBA Governor, Glenn Stevens on what the next 12 months will look like for the Australian economy, interest rates and the global economy in his only public address in Melbourne for 2014.

With much debate at present about what levers, such as monetary policies, should be used in Australia, this event provides an opportunity to hear directly from one of Australia’s most senior economic officials.

Join CEDA members and senior representatives from all sectors for this important address.

Meet the keynote speaker

Glenn Stevens
Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia

Glenn Stevens was appointed Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia on 18 September 2006.

Mr Stevens serves as Chairman of the Reserve Bank Board, Payments System Board, Council of Financial Regulators and Financial Markets Foundation for Children. He also serves as Director of The Anika Foundation.

Prior to being appointed Governor, Mr Stevens held various positions with the RBA, including Deputy Governor, Assistant Governor (Economic), Head of International Department and Head of Economic Analysis Department.

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