Notice of South Pacific Central Banking Research and Business Conference, 2018
Preliminary Announcement: Australia Pacific Islands Business Council is partnering with Department of Accounting Finance and Economics, Griffith Asia Institute to deliver this event on South Pacific Central Banking
— By APIBC
Department of Accounting Finance and Economics, Griffith Asia Institute and the Australia Pacific Islands Business Council present the
Inaugural South Pacific Central Banking Research and Business Conference
7th and 8th June, 2018
Gold Coast, Australia (Venue TBC)
The two-day conference will bring together academics, central bankers, policy makers, regulators, multilateral organisations, business leaders, civil society, from the South Pacific, Australasia and the wider Asia-Pacific region to discuss current research on the region and to explore vital links between research and policy relating to central banking issues, including financial and private sectors and economic growth and development.
South Pacific Centre for Central Banking,
Conference Committee: Ariff Ali (Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of Fiji), Peter Tari (Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of Vanuatu), Luke Forau (Advisor to Governors, Central Bank of Solomon Islands), Brett Winton (Manager, Technical Co-operation, Reserve Bank of Australia), Ian Clarke (VP, APIBC; Global Vice-Chair, Dentons) Frank Yourn (ED, APIBC), Jacqueline Ryan (Executive Director, Diversified Industries, ANZ); Jonathon Wardle (Senior Manager, Strategy and Performance, WBC), Fabrizio Carmignani (Professor, Griffith), Mark Brimble (Professor, Griffith), Jen Je Su (Senior Lecturer, Griffith).
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