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Economic Outlook 2023 hosted by WiBF & ANZ – SOLD OUT!
20th July 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm AESTFree
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Join us for the return of our highly regarded annual Women in Banking and Finance Economics update, featuring some of Australia’s leading economists to the discuss the global outlook, implications for the Australian economy and the challenges ahead. Is a recession inevitable, how high will rates go and when will cost of living pressures ease?
A light lunch will be provided followed by an interactive panel discussion.
Participants are encouraged to come armed with a curiosity about The Budget and interest rates in Australia and Global economic developments.
The WiBF Lunch Series provide a forum to share thought leadership in topics and themes relevant to the banking and finance Industry, while networking with industry peers from diverse organisations.
Su-Lin Ong is a Managing Director of RBC Capital Markets, Chief Economist & Senior Corporate Relationship Manager. She has led the Economics & Fixed Income Strategy team for AU/NZ since 2010 and was Head of AU Research, including oversight for equity research, from 2015 to 2019. In August 2019, she began a newly created role to help foster senior relationships with RBC’s key clients.
Belinda is a Senior Economist at the Commonwealth Bank. She has extensive experience as a financial markets economist. Belinda joined the Commonwealth Bank in 2017. Her work primarily involves developing and communicating views and forecasts on the Australian economy.
Mahjabeen is the Head of FX Research at ANZ. Her team is responsible for forecasting the outlook for the major global economies and FX markets. In particular, the team’s area of focus is on major macro trends evolving offshore and their impact on core markets in Australasia.
Cherelle Murphy is EY Oceania Chief Economist and helps clients to understand and interpret the economic backdrop. She uses her commercial acumen, public sector experience and analytical skills to see through the noise and help identify risks and opportunities that the changing phases of the business cycle bring. Prior to EY, Cherelle was Chief Economist at Austrade, helping guide Australian Government policy in trade, foreign investment and tourism.
Cherelle also spent 15 years at ANZ Bank, having started her career as an economic research analyst at the Reserve Bank of Australia. She also worked as a journalist for the Australian Financial Review.
Richard Yetsenga is Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ, based in Sydney. He leads the Bank’s global research team, which focuses on Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Richard joined ANZ in 2011 from HSBC in Hong Kong, where he was Managing Director of Emerging Market Strategy.
Prior to his seven years at HSBC, Richard held economics roles with Deutsche Bank and the Australian Government. Richard publishes on issues of broad economic relevance, including climate change, technology, inequality and the benefits of diversity.
Style of Event: FREE
WiBF Member: AUD $0.00
Non-Member: AUD $0.00