Broadband Vision for Australia: The Opposition's Perspective

Broadband Vision for Australia: The Opposition's Perspective

NSW
Jul 20

For registration details please contact Karlena James on 02 9779 9746.

Speakers

The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband; Member for Wentworth
 

 Public event
 20/07/2011
 Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney, NSW

 Broadband/Digital Economy
 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

There is no doubt Australia needs to upgrade its communication capabilities in order to achieve productivity improvement for businesses, improve delivery of services and connectivity for our major cities and regions. The question is how and how much. Will building the NBN position Australia to reap significant economic benefits or will it be an overinvestment unjustified by economic returns, as the Coalition argues it will be?

At this event, The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP will present and reinforce the Opposition's policy position and alternatives to achieve affordable and universal broadband service. CEDA encourages your attendance and the opportunity to engage, discuss and debate Australia's broadband options with him.

MEET THE SPEAKER

The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP 
Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband  
Member for Wentworth 

Malcolm Turnbull is a member of the House of Representatives and is currently Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband. He was Leader of the Opposition from 16 September 2008 to 1 December 2009 and prior to that Shadow Treasurer.

Elected to Federal Parliament as the Member for Wentworth in 2004, Malcolm was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister with responsibility for national water policy, and in 2007 appointed to Cabinet as the Minister for Environment and Water Resources.

Mr Turnbull graduated from Sydney University with degrees in Arts and Law. He was a Rhodes scholar and completed a further law degree at Oxford.

Malcolm worked as a journalist both in Australia and the United Kingdom before he began legal practice in 1980. He successfully defended the former MI5 agent Peter Wright in his efforts to publish his memoirs, Spycatcher.  He established his own investment banking firm in 1987 and during that time co-founded a number of Australian companies including OzEmail Ltd, Australia first large Internet service provider.  He joined Goldman Sachs & Co in 1997 as Chairman of its Australian business becoming a partner of the global firm in 1998.

He is married to Lucy and they have two adult children.

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Registration Fees (Including GST)

 

CEDA Members and Guests

$160.00 per person
$1518.00 corporate table

Non-members

$270.00 per person
$2700.00 corporate table

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