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Post-COVID potential for a world in recovery

November 18, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm AEDT

The world is recovering unevenly from the pandemic. With infections from the latest wave coming under control and vaccination rates picking up pace, governments are easing local restrictions and opening their borders to international visitors.

But what does this mean for Australian businesses in 2022 and beyond? A panel of economic experts will discuss how these current conditions will affect the global economy, the Asian region and Australia, and the opportunities and risks in the post-pandemic recovery.


Cassandra Winzenried, Chief Economist, Export Finance Australia
Cassandra is an expert in public policy analysis, economic forecasting and impact evaluation. As Export Finance Australia’s Chief Economist, Cassandra provides country and commodity risk assessments and undertakes economic analysis on political, economic and regulatory developments affecting Australian exporters and investors abroad.

Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research, ANZ
Khoon has over 20 years of experience in economic strategy across the public and private sector functions with a particular focus on Asian macroeconomics and currencies. As ANZ’s Head of Asia Research, Khoon co-ordinates regional economics and strategy research and shares findings with ANZ’s investor clients, such as central banks and hedge funds, as well as corporate clients.

Cherelle Murphy, Chief Economist, Austrade
Cherelle is an experienced advisor to business and government on opportunities and challenges facing the Australian economy. As Austrade’s Chief Economist, Cherelle leads a team of economists and data analysts and engineers to guide government policy in the trade, foreign investment and tourism sphere.

The session will be facilitated by Greg Caisley, Chief Customer Officer – SME, Export Finance Australia.


November 18, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm AEDT
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