Victoria State Budget Briefing

Victoria State Budget Briefing

VIC
May 21
CEDA welcomes Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas, to address members and guests following the release of the 2021-22 State Budget.
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Speakers

Tim Pallas MP, Treasurer of Victoria, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Industrial Relations
Jason Kambovski, Global Head of Public Sector, Westpac

Event Overview

The State Budget sets out the Government’s plans for growth and economic development for the year ahead. Join a broad-based audience of CEDA members and guests to hear directly from Treasurer Tim Pallas the rationale behind budget decisions and the forward strategies that will determine Victoria’s growth and success.

 

Meet the speaker

Tim Pallas MP
Treasurer of Victoria, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Industrial Relations

Tim commenced as Treasurer of Victoria in December 2014 and as Minister for Economic Development in November 2018. He is the minister with oversight of government revenue and expenditure, including preparing and delivering the annual State Budget; promoting economic growth across the state; promoting and encouraging investment opportunities in Victoria from interstate and abroad; and developing the fiscal objectives and strategy for the State of Victoria.

Meet the moderator

Jason Kambovski
Global Head of Public Sector, Westpac

Jason has worked in the financial services sector for over 25 years. As Westpac Institutional Bank's Global Head of Public Sector, Jason leads a team of specialised banking professionals who service the needs of Commonwealth, State/Territory, and Local Governments, including Inner Budget Departments and Agencies, Statutory Authorities, State-Owned Corporations, Government Business Enterprises, Universities, TAFEs and Port Authorities. Whilst his role is principally focused on the Australasian market, Jason also covers all of Westpac's international Public Sector activities.

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