The launch of the 2021 NSW Intergenerational Report

The launch of the 2021 NSW Intergenerational Report

Jun 7
In the midst of global upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet will launch the 2021 NSW Intergenerational Report (IGR) with CEDA members and guests in attendance.
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The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP, Treasurer of NSW
Ming Long AM, CEDA Board of Directors

Event Overview

A world-leading initiative at the sub-national level, the NSW Intergenerational Report (IGR) is published every five years, drawing on detailed demographic, economic and fiscal modelling and analysis to identify the challenges and opportunities ahead, and empowering Government to actively address future risks and deliver improved living standards for the people of our State.

As New South Wales recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 IGR offers a snapshot of what our State might look like in 2061 and identifies an array of future challenges including an ageing population, an evolving economy with changing workforce demands, long-term fiscal pressures, and emerging environmental, energy and housing needs.

The NSW Treasurer will offer a unique insight into how the 2021 IGR can help shape long-term NSW Government policies to strengthen the continued prosperity of current and future generations in New South Wales.


Meet the speaker

The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP
Treasurer of NSW

Since 2017 Dominic has served as Treasurer in the NSW Government, and is the Member for Epping in the NSW Legislative Assembly. He is driven by the belief that responsible fiscal management is the key to delivering better services and infrastructure, and that Governments must serve not just the people of today, but future generations as well. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic his budgets were characterised by surpluses, record investment in infrastructure, tax cuts of more than $3bn, and a strong reform agenda. After overseeing a $29 billion health and economic response to COVID-19, Dominic’s fourth budget shifted focus to economic support, recovery and job-creation, as well as productivity and state tax reform to drive growth beyond the post-pandemic recovery.

Meet the facilitator

Ming Long AM
CEDA Board of Directors

Ming Long is an influential leader with non-executive director experience in a broad range of industries including financial services, funds and investment management and real estate. She has held leadership positions including CEO and CFO roles with a track record of taking on challenging roles, including successfully navigating the global financial crisis. She is the first Asian woman to lead an ASX-100 or 200 listed entity in Australia. Ming is the Chair of AMP Capital Funds Management Limited, is Deputy Chair of Diversity Council of Australia, a director of QBE Insurance (Australia and Pacific), CEDA, Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand, and on the advisory board for YBF Ventures to support the Fintech industry in Melbourne.

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