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Annual Australasian Conference

Commonwealth Bank is proud to be hosting our eighth annual update on Australasian debt and foreign exchange markets.

For the past seven years, Commonwealth Bank has hosted the Australasian Fixed Income Conference – the leading forum for international and domestic investors to hear information, analysis and debate about the Australian and New Zealand debt markets.

An international event

This year, for the first time, we will start our conference in Auckland, New Zealand, on Sunday, 1 November. As requested by past delegates, the conference will feature presenters from the New Zealand government, Reserve Bank of New Zealand and the New Zealand Debt Management Office.  They’ll give attendees valuable insights into New Zealand fixed income and FX markets.

As we move to Australia, firstly to Melbourne and then to Sydney, you'll hear from leading experts, including the Treasurer of Victoria, The Hon. Tim Pallas MP, senior leaders from the Commonwealth Bank, and funding specialists who will highlight the challenges and opportunities presented by Australasian debt markets.

Interactive learning

You’ll hear from and interact with Australasian corporate and government issuers, credit ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, and international and domestic investors. You’ll also be able to attend sessions discussing industry-specific outlooks, risk management, regional developments, policy and regulation and more.

You’ll also experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see how Australian government borrowing authorities are using their funds in infrastructure projects.

We hope you can join us for this very special, invitation-only event.

For more information contact:

Peter Hendry
Head of Fixed Income Institutional Sales
Ph: +61 (2) 9117 0020

Chris Loong
Executive Director Institutional FX
Ph:  +61 (2) 9117 0341

The Commonwealth Bank is a leading provider in Australia’s fixed income markets and has been lead manager on high-profile deals stretching back a decade.