The Parliament and the Banking Sector - a Q&A Session with Trevor Evans MP - BRISBANE

CUA, Level 23, 145 Ann Street, Brisbane

Thu 24 August 2017 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by networking drinks from 5.00pm to 6.00pm

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RMA is pleased to announce that key QLD MP Trevor Evans will be addressing our Brisbane members on 24 August.

The host will be CUA in Brisbane and Megan Ready, CRO at CUA, will be the Moderator.

Trevor Evans MP, Member for Brisbane, is a key member of the powerful House Economics Committee. This committee has a reference to inquire into and report on the big four banks. Its hearings include the appearance of CEOs from Australia's big four banks.

The Q and A with Trevor Evans will be an interesting opportunity for RMA members to be briefed on the banking issues which have arisen in the Parliament, and to hear his assessment of the state of affairs between the Parliament and the banking sector.

This a rare opportunity for our RMA Brisbane members.

Mr Evans was elected to the Australian Parliament in July 2016. He is one of only a small number of MPs who have experience in competition policy. Previously he had a key research role at the ACCC. He brings to his position crucial knowledge of the workings of competition in a free enterprise economy, and has explored competition issues during the hearings of the Coleman Committee Hearings on the big four banks.

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Speaker: Trevor Evans MP, Federal Member for Brisbane

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Trevor Evans MPTrevor Evans MP

Federal Member for Brisbane

As one of the youngest MPs currently in the House of Representatives, Trevor is passionate about promoting the community and lifestyle of his inner city Brisbane electorate.

Coming from a small business family, and as the former chief of the National Retail Association, Trevor has a strong track record of fighting for jobs, innovation and the economy.

Trevor holds a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws, and has a long history of supporting charities and community organisations.

With his experience in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, Trevor is a strong voice for Brisbane.

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