This month’s seminar by the Law and Economics Association of New Zealand (LEANZ):
Topic: Perspecitves on the ‘credit crunch’ and the state of finance markets
Speaker: Brendan O’Donovan, Chief Economist, Westpac
Date: Tuesday 10 March 2009
Venue: Chapman Tripp, Level 35, ANZ Centre, 23 Albert Street, Auckland
Time: 5:15 pm for a 5:30 pm start, followed by refreshments
RSVP: to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As talk of the ‘credit crunch’ has given way to assessments of how long and how deep a recession will be, it is more important than ever to get an informed perspective on the negative and positive features of financial markets here and abroad.
Brendan O’Donovan has been Chief Economist with Westpac since 2003. Previously he has worked as Chief Economist for National Bank and worked as a macro-economist at the NZ Institute of Economic Research. Brendan has been published in NZ and international journals. He is a regular on the speaker circuit and is frequently providing comment to the media.