The Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ANZCCJ) in conjunction with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) invite members and guests to hear ANZ Chief Economist, Mr Warren Hogan, share the latest ANZ Insight series, The Chinese Consumers. Mr Hogan will discuss the impact on Asia Pacific economies, with a special focus on the opportunities and risks to Australia and New Zealand.
The presentation will also cover how Chinese consumers, key drivers of the Chinese Economy, will exert mid-term and long-term influences across the region. Please join us for an interactive session with Mr Hogan as he shares his thoughts on China and its impact on Asia, Australia and New Zealand economies.
About the Speaker:
Warren Hogan is ANZ’s Chief Economist and is responsible for ANZ Research, the Bank’s economics, commodities and financial markets research capability. ANZ Research consists of economists and strategists in major financial centres across the Asian region as well as in London and New York.
Mr Hogan has extensive financial markets and banking experience, having worked for Australian and international banks for the past two decades. Mr Hogan has worked as an economist as well as roles in fixed income and currency research.
He travels extensively, presenting to clients, industry groups and policymakers across ANZ’s international network as well as throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Mr Hogan has been at ANZ since 2005, and has since run the Global Markets Research team and the Australian Economics team. He was appointed Chief Economist in 2010. Prior to joining ANZ, he worked at Credit Suisse, Westpac and the NSW Treasury Corporation. He has an honours degree in economics from Macquarie University in Sydney.
Mr Hogan is on the extended leadership team for ANZ’s International an Institutional Banking division. He is also the Secretary of the Australian Business Economists (ABE), is on the NSW Government’s Innovation and Productivity Council as well as a member of ANZ’s Regional Investment Committee.
For more information visit: http://anzccj.wildapricot.org/event-2050146
Registrations close on the 17th October