Unlocking housing affordability

Unlocking housing affordability

VIC
Aug 29
Join Treasurer of Victoria, the Hon. Tim Pallas and other leading experts as we examine future investment and policy changes in the housing reform agenda

Speakers

The Hon. Tim Pallas, Treasurer of Victoria
Damian Graham, Chief Investment Officer, First State Super
Dr Rodney Maddock, CEDA Research and Policy Committee Chairman
Dr David Morrison, Associate Professor, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, University of Queensland

Event overview

How can Australia unlock investment in affordable housing?

At this event, we look at the economics of housing affordability, how the Australian experience compares to the rest of the OECD, and the policy options to increase investment in new and diverse housing stock.

Treasurer of Victoria, the Hon. Tim Pallas will give an update on the development of key government initiatives, including the recently announced $1 billion Social Housing Growth Fund and other financial instruments to overcome the barriers to institutional investment.

The Treasurer’s address will be followed with a panel discussion including key leaders and experts in the housing sector.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Tim Pallas
Treasurer of Victoria

Meet the speakers

Damian Graham
Chief Investment Officer, First State Super

Dr Rodney Maddock
CEDA Research and Policy Committee Chairman

Dr David Morrison
Associate Professor, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, University of Queensland

Peta Winzar
Peta Winzar Executive Director, Community Housing Industry Association

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