Canberra Networking Day (CND) this year is online.
This year’s Canberra Networking Day (CND) is moving online and will be hosted by the Hon. Warwick Smith AO.
This online event will feature government ministers, senior ALP leaders, and in-depth analysis from leading commentators on the China relationship.
The trade relationship faces critical questions to be addressed at CND 2021. What is the role of business in Australia-China relations? How will China’s path to carbon neutrality impact Australian business? And how do businesses manage the strategic trade risks surrounding market diversification strategies?
Date: Thursday 5 August 2021
Time: 9:00am – 2:30pm AEST
Member Cost: $100 (GST & Booking Fee inclusive)
General Admission: $150 (GST & Booking Fee inclusive)
Venue: Online video conference
Host: The Hon. Warwick Smith AO
The Hon. Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Trade, Investment and Tourism
Senator the Hon. Marise Payne (invited), Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women
The Hon. Anthony Albanese MP, Leader of the Opposition
Ms Madeleine King MP, Shadow Minister for Trade
Senator the Hon. Penny Wong, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs
David Olsson, President and Chairman, Australia China Business Council
Ms Prue Bennett, Chair, National Foundation for Australia China Relations
Andrew Martin, Managing Director, Head of Asset Management, MA Financial Group
Professor Frank Jotzo, Professor, ANU Crawford School of Public Policy, and Centre for Climate and Energy Policy
Dr Merriden Varrall, Director, Geopolitics Hub, KPMG Australia
Natasha Kassam, Director, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Program, Lowy Institute
Richard Yetsenga, Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group
Professor James Laurenceson, Director, Australia China Relations Institute, UTS
Peter Cai, Project Director, Australia-China Relations, Lowy Institute
Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist, HSBC
Albert Tse, Founding Partner, Wattle Hill Capital
Sarah Barker, Partner and Head of Climate Risk Governance, MinterEllison
Professor Michael Wesley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor International, University of Melbourne
Richard McGregor, Senior Fellow, Lowy Institute
Australia-China relations: what role for Australian business?
China’s path to carbon neutrality by 2060 – what are the implications for Australian business?
The China dilemma – de-risk or de-couple?