CAANZ, Level 18: 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

600 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Event date: 28 November 2019 12:30pm

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Join us as Tony Kelly, Senior Economist NAB, shares his insights on what’s happening in the Australian economy, looking at interest rate movements, the property market, consumer spending and what’s ahead.

About Tony Kelly

Tony Kelly is an Economist in NAB’s Group Economics.

Tony joined the Bank early in 2011 from the Victorian Treasury where he worked for 12 years on a range of issues, including state budget strategy and forecasting state taxation revenues.

Before this, he was in the Commonwealth Treasury for a decade, where he undertook work on macroeconomic forecasting, microeconomic reform and debt management.

Tony grew up in Canberra and graduated (with first class honours) from the Australian National University. He also holds a Masters degree in Applied Finance from Macquarie University.

In his current role, Tony covers developments in both the Australian and global economies.

Hosted by Stephen Moir

Prior to establishing Moir Group, Stephen spent 17 years with a leading international recruitment firm. He progressed through the business and was Managing Director for the operations in Australia.  He left to establish Moir Group in early 2007.

Stephen firmly believes that work is a big part of people’s lives and that having a satisfying job is a big part of having a fulfilling life. Stephen has had great success in delivering on this belief.  He stands by Moir Group’s values of Care, Partnership, Rigour, Persistence and Passion, and they underpin everything he does.

He always focuses on cultural fit, service and sourcing the right people for his clients, realising that, when Moir Group do their job really well, they have a significant impact on organisations and people’s lives. The result is that Moir’s candidates build successful careers with great retention for the organisations they are placed with.

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2 Responses to “A look at what’s happening in the Australian economy”

  1. Adiseshan Subramanian Iyer

    Thanks for the invite. Busy in professional and personal life, so unable to take part in this event. I wish to ask a question to Mr. Alan Oster in my absence thru this email.

    As I see that increasing social costs, year-after year , create adverse impact on Australian economy , can we create positive impact on Australian economy by reducing social costs ? Your expert advise on this topic will be much appreciated.

    1. Jessica Hamilton

      Thank you for letting us know Adiseshan, sorry to hear you can’t make it. We will be sure to pass this question on. Thanks.


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