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"Implications of bank taxes on business, growth and investment"
Boardroom Briefing

WHEN:
29th Aug 2017
WHERE:
Brisbane CBA TBA upon registration
TICKETS:
AICC Members : $155
Non Members : $175
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The AICC in partnership with KBH Solutions is delighted to invite you, your colleagues and your clients to a boardroom lunch with

The Hon. Anna Bligh AC

Chief Executive Officer

Australian Bankers' Association

 

Tuesday 29th August 2017

 

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"Implications of bank taxes on business, growth and investment"

 

ABA

 

With the active participation of 25 member banks in Australia, the Australian Bankers’ Association provides analysis, advice and advocacy for the banking industry and contributes to the development of public policy on banking and other financial services.

The ABA works with government, regulators and other stakeholders to improve public awareness and understanding of the industry’s contribution to the economy and to ensure Australia’s banking customers continue to benefit from a stable, competitive and accessible banking industry.

The Speaker

 

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The Hon. Anna Bligh AC

Anna Bligh is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Bankers’ Association. Her priorities include strengthening the culture in banking and delivering the right outcomes for customers.

Anna has had a long and distinguished career in politics, and was the Premier of Queensland for almost five years until March 2012. She was also Deputy Premier and Treasurer of Queensland and held ministerial responsibilities in Education, Social Welfare, Arts, Economic and State Development and Infrastructure.

Anna’s leadership came to national and international attention as she led the response and recovery effort to devastating floods in Queensland in January 2011.

Prior to joining the ABA, Anna was the CEO of YWCA NSW, a not-for-profit organisation striving to build a safer world for women and children with programs and services dedicated to ending domestic violence.

In recognition of her eminent service to the Parliament of Queensland, and as an advocate for education, the role of women in public life and services to the not-for-profit sector, Anna received a Companion in the General Division of the Order of Australia award in the 2017 Australia Day Honours list.

Anna holds Honorary Doctorates from the University of Queensland and Griffith University.

Anna Bligh is a non-executive director of Medibank Private and Bangarra Dance Company.

Join us for this business lunch with Anna Bligh as she discusses the implications of bank taxes on business, growth and investment.

 


Event Partner

KBH

 

KBH Solutions are a National Boutique Agency recruiting in the areas of Banking, Finance, Accounting, Sales and Support roles.

Head Office in Brisbane with Offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth

Recruiting in both Temporary and Permanent positions

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