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April 9, 2015

Tickets now available for The Australian and Deutsche Bank Business Leaders Forum

On Wednesday 17 June, The Australian and Deutsche Bank Business Leaders Forum returns to Sydney with tickets now available to buy here.

Now in its fifth year, this popular event gives corporate Australia an opportunity to hear from captains of industry on issues ranging from government policy to productivity to the economic outlook.

At the event, guest speakers Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO, Jetstar Group, Chris Rex, Managing Director & CEO, Ramsay Health Care and Tim Sims, Managing Director, Pacific Equity Partners will discuss how global businesses are responding to the challenges of today.

James McMurdo, Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand, said: “Global expansion for Australian businesses provides huge opportunity but also brings a new set of challenges. We are delighted to be joined by a panel who can share first hand deep and relevant experience of successfully growing and managing international businesses”

Together with The Australian, Deutsche Bank hosted its first Business Leaders Forum in October 2010 and since then has gone on to host sold-out events in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. This is the 11th event in the series which upholds Deutsche Bank’s belief in the importance of promoting debate among industry leaders on the issues affecting Australia.

Previous panelists include Hon Colin Barnett MLA, Premier of Western Australia; Michael Chaney AO, Chairman, NAB and Woodside; Leigh Clifford, Chair, Qantas; Richard Goyder, MD & CEO, Wesfarmers; Margaret Jackson AO, Chairman, Spotless; Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas; David Knox, CEO & MD, Santos; Catherine Livingstone AO, Chair, Telstra; Hon Campbell Newman, Premier of Queensland; Neville Power, CEO, Fortescue; Mike Smith, CEO, ANZ; Diane Smith-Gander, Chair, Transfield Services and Sam Walsh AO, CEO, Rio Tinto.

Details of the event are as follows:

Date Wednesday 17 June, 2015
Time 12:15pm - 2.30pm
Venue The Westin, Ballroom
1 Martin Place, Sydney
 



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