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Chief Economists Forum 2022

Gathering more than 700 of the industry's leading financial advice, superannuation and investment management professionals annually, Financial Standard's Chief Economists Forum will guide decision makers in their preparation for the year ahead.

Featuring presentations from five of the top chief economists and strategists, plus an interactive panel discussion with live audience Q&A, gain insights into the expectations for 2022.

Find out about:

  • Domestic economic conditions and market outlook
    • International border closures, slower population growth and the Australian economy
    • Labour market conditions and employment
  • Monetary and fiscal policy responses
  • Global economic outlooks for North America, Europe and Asia
    • Emerging market opportunities and vulnerabilities as well as financial conditions in advanced economies
Join us at this breakfast briefing and walk away with the latest insights and knowledge you need to make the most of 2022 and beyond.
 
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Hans Kunnen
Master of Ceremonies
  Find out more about Hans

Following teaching roles at the University of New England and Macquarie University in the early 1980s, Hans was appointed Chief Economist at State Bank NSW in 1991.

Following a period on the board of Colonial First State he assumed the role of chief economist at CFS in 1997 working there for over a decade until his first retirement in 2008.

After a year of getting in the way at home and writing a book, Hans consulted for Zurich Investment Management and later joined St.George Banking Group as its Chief Economist in 2012.

Hans set up Compass Economics in 2017 where he writes and speaks on economic affairs for his various clients.

Hans has an honours degree in economics from the University of Western Australia and a Masters in Economics from the University of New England.

More speakers to be announced shortly
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