Australia's economic growth agenda: Infrastructure funding

Australia's economic growth agenda: Infrastructure funding

VIC
Jun 14
At this event, infrastructure leaders examine the opportunities to change our approach to infrastructure funding. We look at alternative mechanisms and ideas that will leverage both public and private sector capital to drive billions of dollars of new investment.

Speakers

Paul McClintock AO, CEDA Chairman; National Chairman, NSW Ports and I-MED Network Director, St Vincent's Health Australia and George Institute of Global Health
Peter Harris AO, Chairman, Productivity Commission
Brett Himbury, Chief Executive, IFM Investors
Michel Masson, Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Victoria

Event overview

Investment in productivity-enhancing infrastructure must be a priority in Australia's economic growth agenda.

At this event, infrastructure leaders examine the opportunities to change our approach to infrastructure funding. We look at alternative mechanisms and ideas that will leverage both public and private sector capital to drive billions of dollars of new investment.

Attendees will also receive CEDA's latest report, Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth, which advances a range of policy reforms that Australia’s next federal parliament could adopt – in the areas of innovation, infrastructure, employment, government and climate change – to kick-start a new agenda for growth.

Meet the panel

Paul McClintock AO
CEDA Chairman; National Chairman, NSW Ports and I-MED Network Director, St Vincent's Health Australia and George Institute of Global Health

Peter Harris AO
Chairman, Productivity Commission

Brett Himbury
Chief Executive, IFM Investors

Michel Masson
Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Victoria

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