Economy expert to host talk on “Australia, Greece and the European Union” in Melbourne

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David Robertson, head of Economic and Market Research, of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, will present a lecture titled “Australia, Greece and the European Union – an economic overview”, on Thursday 14 November 2019, at the Greek Centre of Melbourne.

David will discuss the global macroeconomic environment, including the impact of US Trade policy on China and the EU in particular, as well as the Greek Economy, The euro currency versus the EU vision and the outlook for the Australian economy in light of global influences.

David joined Bendigo Bank 17 years ago as Head of Financial Markets, and today is the Head of Economic and Market Research for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. His regular economic updates are available on the bank’s LinkedIn and YouTube sites.

David’s banking career commenced in 1989 as a foreign exchange dealer, and since then has worked in senior roles in Treasury and Financial Markets for Colonial State Bank, First Chicago and CBA.

The lecture is presented by Delphi Bank and the Greek Community of Melbourne.

When: Thursday 14 November 2019, 7.00pm
Where: Greek Centre (Delphi Bank Mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne)

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