Australian Economy Update with Bill Evans
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Westpac, The Arena, 1st Floor, Tower Two, 200 Barangaroo Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Mon 6 May 2019 | 4.00pm start with networking drinks from 5.00pm until 6.00pm
Just what is the state of the Australian economy and what are the key risks which the incoming Government will face?
Bill Evans is Westpac's economic spokesman and leads Westpac's economic research. Bill will be informing RMA members on the state of the national and global economic issues which the Australian Government will address post the 2019 election. Bill always gives a highly informed and stimulating address which receives very strong and positive feedback from those who attend.
Speaker: William (Bill) Evans, Chief Economist, Westpac
About The Speaker:
William H. Evans
Chief Economist, Managing Director & Global Head of Economics & Research, Westpac Banking Corporation
William (Bill) Evans is a graduate of Sydney University (BEc. Hons I and University Medal) and the London School of Economics (M.Sc.), where he was a Commonwealth Scholar. He has worked as a Research Manager for the Reserve Bank of Australia, Treasurer at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and prior to joining Westpac in 1991, was Director and Head of Financial Markets at Schroders Australia Limited for 8 years.
Bill joined Westpac in 1991 in the position of Chief Economist and Head of Research. During his time at Westpac he has also spent 2 years in New Zealand as Head of the Institutional Bank with responsibility for Westpac’s corporate and financial markets businesses.
Bill is currently Managing Director Economics. He is the Bank’s economic spokesman and is responsible for all of the Bank’s economic research. Bill travels frequently, advising Westpac’s customers on the Australian economy and financial markets. He has developed many important contacts in the U.S, Europe and Asia.
Bill was Chairman of the Australian Business Economists for eight years and is now a life member.