Date/TimeDate(s) - 01/06/09 - 02/06/09
9:00am - 7:00pm
LocationBrighton Savoy Conference Centre,
14th Melbourne Money & Finance Conference 2009 – “Financial Globalization: Implications for Australian Financial Institutions and Markets”
- The Australian Money Market in a Global Crisis (RBA)
- Making Sense of the GFC: Where Did It Come From and What Do We Do Now? (Access Economics)
- The prospects for private financing of infrastructure in Australia in the wake of the Financial Crisis
- Mark to Market II: Credit Valuation Adjustments (Ernst & Young)
- Problems With the Treatment of Cross Border Banks in the Financial Crisis: Some Lessons for Australasian Financial Institutions (Auck Uni)
- Globalisation and the Limits on National Capital Adequacy Policies – A Small Host Country Perspective (RBNZ)
- APRA’s proposals for remuneration practices of regulated institutions (APRA)
- Risk Management and Risk Based Governance: Where to From Here (Mark Lawrence Group)
- Global Internet Commerce: What Market? What Risk Profile? What Tax? (The University of Melbourne)
- Dynamic Lifecycle Strategies for Target Date Retirement Funds (Griffith University)
- Home Bias? It’s a Matter of Perspective (Russell Investments)
- Assessing the Efficacy and Impacts of Bans on Short Selling (Plato Investment Management Limited)
The Melbourne Money and Finance Conference series was established in the late 1980s and there have been 13 such conferences with the last held in 2008.
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, RBA
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.