2015 Economic and Political Overview in Perth

2015 Economic and Political Overview in Perth

WA
Feb 27
CEDA is delighted to welcome Peter Coleman, CEO of Woodside, WA State Treasurer, Hon. Dr Mike Nahan, and leading economic and political commentators for our annual flagship event, the Economic and Political Overview.

Speakers

Peter Coleman, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Woodside Energy
Hon. Dr Mike Nahan MLA, WA Treasurer; Minister for Energy; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests
Fabienne Michaux, Head of Developed Markets, Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) and Australia and New Zealand Country Head, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services
Peter van Onselen, Contributing Editor, The Australian

Event overview

In Western Australia, fluctuating commodity prices has created uncertainty in the business landscape, with many companies preparing for tough times ahead. How can WA continue to transform and navigate the period better known as the economy in transition?

The political landscape has also been unpredictable; the Abbott Government has experienced a tumultuous time since it took office in September 2013. Meanwhile the State Government is now preparing itself for a Budget deficit in 2015 as royalties fall. What can we expect for the coming 12 months?

A must attend forum for all those whose business is in need of the economic and political analysis best found in CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview report and forum.  

All guests will receive a copy of CEDA's 2015 EPO report.

   Download 2015 EPO publication (pdf)

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Meet the keynote speakers

Peter Coleman
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Woodside Energy

Hon. Dr Mike Nahan MLA
WA Treasurer; Minister for Energy; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests

Meet the speakers

Fabienne Michaux
Head of Developed Markets, Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) and Australia and New Zealand Country Head, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services

Peter van Onselen
Contributing Editor, The Australian

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