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NSW CBD Advisor Connect Meeting - Feb 2024

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Join us for the next Advisor Connect Meeting by registering below.

This is an opportunity for advisors and other professionals across multiple disciplines to learn from each other, understand each other’s expertise and build a network that is required as trusted advisors to the unique Family Business sector.

Your local Advisor Facilitator will be your main point of contact.

Note: This event is for Advisors only.

This month's topic: 

  1. 2024 Economic Overview
  2. Interest Rates – impact on Business
  3. Investment Opportunities
  4. International Trade
  5. Employment Challenges
  6. And any other economic challenges that may be lurking just over the horizon that could potentially impact Family Businesses

About our Speaker: Blair Chapman

Blair Chapman is a Senior Economist in ANZ’s Australian Economics team. Blair has an extensive knowledge of the Australian economy and has written about the Australian labour market, the drivers of the Australian dollar, Australian capital flows, and Australia’s foreign currency exposure and hedging. Prior to joining ANZ he was a Director in Deloitte Access Economics’ Macroeconomic Policy and Forecasting team, where he led the analysis and forecasting of the Australian and global economies across numerous projects. Prior to his time at Deloitte, Blair held several roles at the Reserve Bank of Australia across their economic and financial market groups. Blair holds a PhD in Economics from Johns Hopkins University where his studies concentrated on macroeconomics and labour.

We look forward to seeing you there.

For those unable to attend in person this will be a hybrid event. If attending online you will receive instructions upon registering.

By attending you will receive 5 CPD points.

Thank you to our Event Host

We look forward to seeing you there.

Please contact the FBA Office on 1800 249 357 if you require assistance with your registration.

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