Experts from UNSW Business School will give an independent analysis of the Federal Budget 2017 in a roundtable discussion in Sydney’s CBD on 11 May 2017.
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has been readying the 2017 Budget with a close eye on promised tax cuts, versus balancing the budget.
The BusinessThink 2017 Budget roundtable will analyse the announcements in Canberra, and new measures presented by Scott Morrison. A panel of UNSW Business School experts will react to key budget measures, such company tax breaks, changes to superannuation and measures to tackle the black economy, as well as analysis of the state of the Australian economy.
The panel, moderated by business journalist Julian Lorkin, will include:
Professor Chris Styles, Dean of the UNSW Business School will introduce the academic panel.
Date: Thursday 11 May 2017
Time: 12.00 noon – 1.30pm. The panel discussion will start promptly at 12.30pm
Venue: The Sun Room, The Ivy, Building 1, Level 3, 320 / 330 George Street, Sydney
Filming & Photography
We would also like to advise you that this event may be recorded and photographed. The filming and photographs are subsequently posted on the UNSW Business School website. Please let us know if you have any concerns with this arrangement and we will endeavour to accommodate.
Julian Lorkin, 02 9385 9887
Janine Macdonald, 02 9385 5895