The Economic Outlook: What can your business expect in 2022?
APSCo Australia invites Members and Guests to hear from leading Australian Chief Economist, Besa Deda.
Besa who is Chief Economist at Westpac Business Bank will outline the forecast for the Australian business economy for 2022.
With the expectation of solid growth this year, understand what the challenges will be for your business.
- Will the rise of the Omicron variant increase uncertainty in the economy?
- Will the unemployment rate fall beneath 4%?
- How does Besa see business confidence in 2022?
- Will the booster vax make a difference to business?
- Can we learn to live with COVID?
- When can we expect the first rate hike?
- What will happen to the Australian dollar $ in 2022?
Don't miss this opportunity to tap into Besa's economic leadership via APSCo Australia and set your business up for 2022.
Besa Deda is the Chief Economist of the Westpac Business Bank. She is also the Chief Economist of St.George Bank, Bank of Melbourne, and BankSA – which are regional banks within the Westpac Group.
Besa has been with the Group as a Chief Economist since 2009.
As the Bank’s economic spokesperson, Besa is responsible for research on the economy and financial markets.
She formulates views and forecasts on the outlook for the economy, interest rates, and currencies and manages a team of economists. Besa gives regular presentations and often appears in the media reporting on economic conditions.
Prior to this role, Besa held Senior Economist roles with the Commonwealth Bank covering fixed income, foreign exchange, macroeconomics and equities. Besa was with the CBA for nearly 8 years and before that was an economist with the Colonial Group.
Besa is the Secretary for the Australian Business Economists’ Association, is a member of the Melbourne Economic Forum, has previously written a regular property column for The Australian newspaper, and lectured for Kaplan.
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