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Given the state of the global economy, there is much for planners to take into account when they sit down with their clients in 2015:
- The end of Australia’s resource boom
- China’s growth trajectory
- The future of quantitative easing
- Falling oil prices
- International terrorism
- The patchy recovery in Europe
To help navigate this complex economic landscape, Money Managementand Super Review have brought together some of Australia’s leading business economists to discuss the underlying issues and deliver some solid direction.
Take this rare opportunity to join the conversation with Australias leading business economists on these burning topics:
- Factors that will play on the performance of the
- Australian Economy in 2015
- The Global economy in 2015
- Possible pitfalls
Guest Economists:Steve HalmarickHead of Economic and Market Research
Head of Economic and Market Research at Colonial First State Global Asset Management
Stephen Halmarick is the Head of Economic and Market Research at Colonial First State Global Asset Management (‘CFSGAM’).
Having over 25 years’ experience as a financial markets economist, Stephen holds a degree in Economics from Macquarie University and a graduate diploma from the Securities Institute of Australia. He is also the current Chairman of the Australian Business Economists (ABE) and has been a member of the ABE Executive Committee for over 15 years.
Stephen WaltersEx-Chief Economist of NAB Capital Markets
Stephen Walters is Chief Economist for JP Morgan Australia. Stephen joined JPMorgan in October 2001 as Senior Economist, and was appointed Chief Economist in August 2004. He heads a team of three economists covering Australia and New Zealand.
Stephen holds a Bachelors degree in economics from the University of Western Australia and a Masters degree in applied finance (Hons) from the University of Melbourne. He also has qualifications in journalism and has published two books.
Stephen is a member of the NSW State Council of the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia (CEDA), the Executive Committee of the Australian Business Economists (ABE), and the Economists’ Panel for the Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA).
HostMike TaylorManaging Editor at Cirrus Media: Money Management and Super Review publications
Mike Taylor is Managing Editor of the financial services publications Money Management and Super Review. He has been a journalist for the past 41 years with a career spanning coverage of financial services, federal and state politics and industrial relations.
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