Annual Dinner



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Each year CEDA hosts its Annual Dinner in November, with a biennial keynote address by the Reserve Bank of Australia Governor.

2017 Annual Dinner

In 2017, CEDA welcomes former Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Paul Keating to deliver a keynote address at CEDA's Annual Dinner.

The Annual Dinner will be held in Sydney on 14 November 2017.

Past Annual Dinners

2016 Annual Dinner

In 2016, CEDA welcomed Mr Philip Lowe, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, to deliver one of his first major addresses as Governor to CEDA's Annual Dinner. The dinner was held in Melbourne on 15 November 2016.

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2015 Annual Dinner

The 2015 Annual Dinner was held in on 17 November 2015, in Sydney at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.

This year, CEDA welcomed the Hon. John Howard OM AC, Former Prime Minister of Australia who delivered CEDA's annual dinner address, providing an outlook on the Australian economy and the year ahead.                              

2014 Annual Dinner: Economic Possibilities

The 2014 Annual Dinner, held in Melbourne on 18 November, featured an address by Reserve Bank of Australia Governor, Glenn Stevens.

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2013 Annual Dinner

The 2013 Annual Dinner in Sydney on 11 November featured an address by Chairman of the Prime Minister's Business Advisory Council, Dr Maurice Newman AC.

The evening focused on what underpins a strong economy, namely sound policy, efficient delivery of services, innovative industry practices, infrastructure investment and a strong business sector.

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2012 Annual Dinner

The 2012 Annual Dinner in Melbourne on 20 November featured and address by Reserve Bank of Australia Governor, Glenn Stevens.

Read article from the event and download the full transcript of Mr Stevens’ speech.

2011 Annual Dinner

The 2011 Annual Dinner in Brisbane on 28 November featured an address by Former Ambassador to China and Vice Chancellor's Professional Fellow, Monash University, Professor Geoff Raby.

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