Keynote address by the Chair of Infrastructure Victoria

Keynote address by the Chair of Infrastructure Victoria

VIC
Dec 1
This month the Victorian Government announced the inaugural board of Infrastructure Victoria, and its Chair Jim Miller. CEDA welcomes Mr Miller for a special keynote address to outline the vision for the state's infrastructure development.

Speakers

Jim Miller, Chair, Infrastructure Victoria

Event overview

This month the Victorian Government announced the inaugural board of Infrastructure Victoria, and its Chair Jim Miller. CEDA welcomes Jim Miller for a special keynote address to outline the vision for the state’s infrastructure development.

One of the initial tasks of Infrastructure Victoria will be to develop a 30 year infrastructure strategy that maps out the best way to deliver the best projects at the best times, drawing input from stakeholders, business, industry and the community.As governments and the private sector increasingly look to new approaches and better ways of delivering the infrastructure Australia needs, join leaders in the sector for this “contest of ideas”.

Meet the keynote speaker

Jim Miller
Chair, Infrastructure Victoria

Jim Miller was an Executive Director at Macquarie Capital from 1994-2015, with experience across a range of sectors, working with both government and private sector clients.  Jim has extensive experience in the infrastructure sector having worked in the areas of regulated assets, transport, energy, utilities and resources and social infrastructure.

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