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Annual Meetings 2013 in Washington DC, USA

Each year, thousands of government officials, the private sector, journalists, civil society representatives, and other interested observers gather in Washington DC for the Annual Meetings of the World Bank and IMF.

At the heart of the gathering are meetings of the joint World Bank-IMF Development Committee and the IMF’s International Monetary and Financial Committee, which discuss progress on the work of the World Bank and IMF. Also featured are seminars, regional briefings, press conferences, and many other events focused on the global economy, international development, and the world’s financial markets.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s Global Banking & Markets team will be present in Washington DC.

Contact

Please contact the below to express your interest in meeting with Commonwealth Bank as we have various staff covering different topics:

IMF@CBA.COM.AU

Commonwealth Bank Delegation


James Wall
Managing Director of Financial 
Institutions Group
Institutional Banking & Markets

Fiamma Morton
General Manager of Strategy and
Operations
Institutional Banking & Markets





Sam Opitz
Director of Financial Institutions
Group 
Institutional Banking & Markets

Simon Ling
General Manager of Debt 
Markets
Institutional Banking & Markets 





Peter Christie
Head of International Debt Securities
Institutional Banking & Markets






IMF Coordinators

    Onsite in New York City
    Maria Cellier (+1) 212 8489202

Australia
Crystal Waldock (+61) 2 9118 5900
E-mail: IMF@CBA.COM.AU

Commonwealth Bank Australia
201 Sussex Street
Sydney 2000
Australia


Washington, DC

(October 11-13 2013)

Hotel Address

Jefferson Hotel

1200 16th Street
NW Washington, DC 20039
Tel: +1 202-448-2300    


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Fiamma Morton
General Manager, Americas

Fiamma Morton
General Manager, Americas

Fiamma Morton
General Manager, Americas