IPAA Victoria State Budget Briefing Breakfast 2018-19

IPAA Victoria’s State Budget Briefing Breakfast is a special opportunity to hear directly from the Victorian Secretary of the Department of Treasury and Finance, David Martine, about the key investments, economic factors, trends and assumptions that have shaped this year’s Victorian State Budget.

Delivered the morning after the Budget, this briefing will give you insights into the thinking behind this year’s Budget and will also provide Budget analysis that goes deeper than the mainstream media.

The speakers who are providing their expert analysis at this year’s Victorian State Budget Briefing Breakfast include:

David Martine, Secretary, Department of Treasury and Finance (Victoria)

David leads the Department of Treasury and Finance providing economic, policy and service delivery advice to the Victorian Government.

Prior to this David worked as a senior executive in the Commonwealth public sector providing strategic advice to governments on a range of complex economic and other policy issues. He has an extensive budget, finance, policy and organisational leadership experience, and has been involved in wide ranging strategic policy reform.

Danielle Wood, Budget Policy and Institutional Reform Program Director, Grattan Institute

Danielle has extensive experience in advising on economic policy issues. Her research and advocacy efforts focus on tax and budget policy, intergenerational inequality and competition policy.

Previously, Danielle worked at the ACCC as the Principal Economist and Director of Merger Investigations, as a Senior Consultant at NERA Economic Consulting and as a Senior Research Economist at the Productivity Commission.



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