New Horizons - A look at the global and Australian economy

Our next New Horizons webinar provides the opportunity to hear from Richard Yetsenga, Chief Economist at ANZ Banking Group.

With his experience covering business and policy issues, international financial markets and the banking sector, Richard will set the scene by giving an overview of the current status of the global and Australian economy. Richard will also share the role played by WA and what impacts local businesses have on a national and international level.

The Committee for Perth informs and advocates for change to improve the economic prosperity of our State. We invite our members to take part in this insightful conversation.

Do not miss out on the opportunity to ask questions to our presenter during the Q&A session - join our webinar.

Meet our speakers and panellists

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Richard Yetsenga

Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group

Richard Yetsenga is Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ, based in Sydney. He leads the Bank's global research team, which focuses on Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

Richard joined ANZ in 2011 from HSBC in Hong Kong, where he was Managing Director of Emerging Market Strategy. Prior to his seven years at HSBC, Richard held economics roles with Deutsche Bank and the Australian Government.

Richard publishes on issues of broad economic relevance, including climate change, technology, inequality and the benefits of diversity.

The ANZ Research team has been recognised with more than 40 top-three rankings in major industry surveys across Australia, New Zealand and Asia in the past six years, alongside numerous industry awards.

Richard regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and other regional media, his work has been published by the Lowy Interpreter, and he is an editorial contributor in the Australian Financial Review, The Australian newspaper, The Wall Street Journal and the Hong Kong Economic Journal.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Committee For Perth acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.