501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Australia
Understanding the Australian landscape and what’s next has never been more important. Join the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) as Alan Oster shares his insights on Australia’s economy within the context of coronavirus (COVID-19), global slowdown, continued trade tensions, and strategic influence of the US alliance.
The Australian economy, businesses, individuals, and society have all been profoundly affected by COVID-19 over the past year. Interpreting the trajectory of Australia’s economic recovery with a focus on policy issues, continued trade tensions, and strategic influence of the US alliance is absolutely critical.
- What will be the ripple effect in 2021?
- What will be the change in the economic stimulus packages do to Australian business?
- What will be the impact of government debt and deficit?
- How will the economy recover?
- What impact will the change in US leadership and other trade relationships have on Australia?
About Alan Oster
Alan Oster (pictured) joined the National Australia Bank (NAB) in 1992 from the Federal Treasury where he worked for 15 years – his special field being economic forecasting and monetary policy. He graduated (with first class honours) in economics from Newcastle University. He also holds a Masters degree in economics from the Australian National University.
Immediately before joining NAB, Alan was the Senior Adviser in Treasury responsible for economic forecasting and modelling. In 1987 he was seconded for nearly four years as Counsellor-Economic and Financial with Australia’s delegation to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris.
As Group Chief Economist, Alan is responsible for NAB’s global economic and financial forecasts. He is also a highly respected and much quoted commentator on Australian and global economic trends and policy issues.
Date: Thursday 25 March 2021
Time: 12 pm registration for a 12.15pm - 2pm business luncheon (AEDT)
Location: RACV City Club - 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Cost: $169 for AmCham members, and $209 for non-members.
Group bookings (tables of 10): $1690.00 for AmCham members, and $2090.00 for non-members
Want to know more?
Contact Claire Harrison, AmCham's Event Manager by sending her an email, or phoning her on (02) 8031 9000