Melbourne Money and Finance Conference 2008 – Recent Developments in Australian Debt Markets

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Date/Time

Date(s) - 02/06/08 - 03/06/08
9:00am - 7:00pm

Location

Brighton Savoy Convention Centre
150 Esplanade


13th Melbourne Money & Finance Conference 2008 – “Recent Developments in Australian Debt Markets”

Event Program

  • Recent Developments in Securitization (RBA)
  • Credit Risk Models: Why they failed in the current crisis (APRA)
  • Semi-government Bond Markets (Victoria Treasury Corporation)
  • Kangaroo Bonds (Macquarie GSM)
  • Australian Hybrids: The Evolution Continues (GSJBW)
  • The Future of Fixed Income: An Alternative for Structuring Investments (Russell)
  • Global Fixed Income Funds Management (QIC)
  • Corporate Bond Spreads (CBA)
  • The Risk Free Interset Rate in Thin Debt Markets (ACG Corporate Advicsory and Allen Consulting Group)
  • Unrated,  Unlisted Debenture Markets (ASIC)
  • Household Borrowing/Housing Markets (Griffith University)
  • Fair Value Issues and the Sub Prime Crisis (Ernst and Young)
  • Policy Responses to Sub-Prime Market Turbulence (The Treasury)

ABOUT MMFC:

The Melbourne Money and Finance Conference series was established in the late 1980s and there have been 11 such conferences with the last held in 2006.

The aim of the Melbourne Money and Finance Conference series is to bring together academics, bank and business economists, finance practitioners and public sector professionals to promote informed discussion on financial and monetary issues.

It provides an excellent opportunity for meeting colleagues with similar interests but with possibly different perspectives reflecting their academic, business, or public policy backgrounds.

The papers presented at prior conferences have been published either as special issues of journals or in book form.

Sponsored by: ANZ, APRA, CBA, NAB abd RBA


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The Melbourne Money and Finance Conference is a unique conference series that brings together invited academics, industry participants and regulators under the Chatham House rule to discuss specially prepared and selected papers on emerging matters of significance in the finance sector.