THOMSON REUTERS – EUROPACIFICA THOUGHT LEADERSHIP SERIES CONFERENCE 1: SYDNEY 15 JUNE

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THOMSON REUTERS RMB THOUGHT LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON SERIES


 

MONDAY 15TH JUNE

China is currently Australia’s largest export market for both goods and services and is a growing source of foreign investment. The recent signing of the China Free Trade Agreement has the potential to unlock further significant commercial opportunities for Australia. For this reason Thomson Reuters will explore in detail:

    • The current status of the Chinese Capital Account liberalization and the immediate implications for Australia
    • The longer term potential from CHAFTA and ongoing Chinese deregulation

With keynote speeches delivered by Amy Auster, Deputy Director, Australia Centre for Financial Studies and Huw McKay, Deputy Global Head of Economics, Westpac Banking Corporation.

This luncheon series is by invitation only, with a confirmed panel of speakers including:

    • Associate Professor Ligang Song, Crawford School of Economics and Government and Director of China Economy Program at Australian National University
    • Paul McBride, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
    • Adam McKissack, Principal Adviser, Foreign Investment and Trade Policy Division, Australia Treasury
    • Emma Lawson, Senior Currency Strategist, National Australia Bank

Moderator: Naomi Fink, CEO, Europacifica Consulting


The panel will discuss the key themes of:

    • The barriers to capital liberalization in China and the impact of RMB internationalization
    • What does Australia need to do to exploit the full potential of the CHAFTA
    • The implications of inclusion of the RMB in the IMF’s SDR basket
    • The implications for the Australia dollar from RMB internationalization and Chinese Capital account liberalization

 

Please join us to hear directly from the experts, in addition to a networking lunch with industry peers.

 

Conference Partner:
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Monday 15th June 2015


Location:
Establishment, Ballroom
Level 2
252 George Street
Sydney


 

Agenda:
12:00pm: Registration
12:30pm: Lunch served
12:40pm: Keynote Speeches
13:15pm: Panel Discussion
14:00pm: Close

 


 

Deadline to RSVP: 
12th June 2015 

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