We are pleased to invite You to our exclusive Economics/Budget Briefing Lunch with keynote speakers, David Gradwell, Senior Economist at ANZ and Robert Luburic, Managing Director, Melbourne Accounting Partners.
David will be presenting on the outlook for the Australian economy across 2016-2017. He joined ANZ Research in 2015 as an economist. While maintaining an interest across all areas of Australia’s economy, Daniel focusses on the underlying drivers and the outlook for business investment and the residential property market. Prior to joining ANZ, Daniel worked as an economic analyst at business research and forecasting company BIS Shrapnel, where he applied economic principles to areas as diverse as asset sales, electricity and gas regulation, and major project cost escalation. Daniel holds a first class honours degree in Economics from the University of Otago, New Zealand.
Robert will put forward a business tax presentation. With around 75% of all Australian business classified within the small to medium sector, Robert’s specialist area of expertise reaches into many lives. He believes the success of small business is fundamental to the high standard of living that Australians enjoy, and sees his clients as integral to the wealth of this country. He also understands the stress that business owners face on a daily basis and aims to put his rich knowledge of the intricacies of tax law and legislations to best use helping relieve those stresses. Driven by a desire to facilitate both his clients’ everyday business and long-term investment goals, Robert takes greatest pride in helping his clients grow their business and increase their personal wealth.
Join us for Q&A networking lunch and get insights about Australia Economy, Local Victorian Economy, Property Market, Interest Rates, AUD, Unemployment, and Taxation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Each guest will need to bring with them photo identification to be able to get into ANZ building which has a business attire (no jeans) policy. Also, RSVP (before Tuesday 26th) is compulsory.