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“A Monetary Policy Fit for the Future”

Australian Business Economists 2 mins read
Ms Michele Bullock, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia

ABE is pleased to present a briefing and discussion at our annual dinner


Ms Michele Bullock, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia

"A Monetary Policy Fit for the Future"


Wednesday 22 November 2023, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm AEDT


The Governor will talk about the recent monetary policy decision and progress on the implementation of recommendations of the Review of the Bank.


Media welcome 

Join us in the room or by live stream, details below


In-room at Fullerton Sydney, #1 Martin Place, Grand Ballroom

We'll provide a camera riser, audio split and light refreshments

Arrive from 6:15 pm, speech from 7:30, questions from 8:00

Please let us know if you'll attend:


Or watch live at the website of the Reserve Bank of Australia from 7:30 pm

The text of the Governor's speech will be available from 7:30


Enquiries: email or call 0419 256 339.

This event is generously sponsored by Westpac and Barrenjoy


Ms Michele Bullock

Michele Bullock is Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Ms Bullock commenced as Governor on 18 September 2023. She is Chair of the Reserve Bank Board, Payments System Board and Council of Financial Regulators. Prior to her current role, Ms Bullock was the Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Ms Bullock has also held a variety of senior management positions in the Bank. She was Assistant Governor (Financial System), Assistant Governor (Business Services), Assistant Governor (Currency), Adviser for the Currency Group and, before that, Head of Payments Policy Department. Ms Bullock earned a BEc Hons from the University of New England and an MSc from the London School of Economics.


Key Facts:

The ABE Annual Dinner featuring RBA Governor Michele Bullock. WED 22/11. Join us at the Fullerton in Sydney or by livestream at

"A Monetary Policy Fit for the Future"

About us:

Australian Business Economists (ABE) aims to encourage greater understanding of economic issues by fostering debate in the financial markets, business and commercial sectors and across the community in general. Visit us at:

Contact details:

Tony Westmore, email:, phone: 0419 256 339


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