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Australian Post-election Panel Discussion
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When: 21/05/2019
8:00 - 10:00am
Where: The Gallery, Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Rd,

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Australian Post-election Panel Discussion

How will the new Government affect you?

Whether it’s a continuation for 3 more years of Scott Morrison‘s Coalition Government or it’s Bill Shorten‘s Labor Government.

What are the likely effects on big and small business, including those which reach offshore to Singapore from Australia?

What is the expected effect on the Australian economy for the next 3 years?

How will this change the tax landscape for expatriates and especially on your potential return to Australia – and how should you plan for this?

Join us for a special breakfast as our panelist will cover economic, business and tax policies that will be in place after the Australian election and find out how it may affect you and your business.


Pamela Qiu

Director, Economist Corporate Network, South-east Asia

Pamela Qiu is the Network Director of the South-east Asia chapter of The Economist Corporate Network. She advises multinational corporations on the latest economic, political and market developments affecting business in the Asia Pacific region. She regularly chairs Economist events and roundtables, and delivers custom briefings to senior business executives. She joined The Economist in June 2011.
Prior to joining The Economist Group, Pamela worked as a policy analyst and associate at the Singapore Ministry of Finance, where she worked on policies to tackle socio-economic problems such as inequality and unemployment. She also worked on policies that were featured in the Singapore Budget. From 2009 to 2011, she was a researcher for the Center for Public Economics at the Civil Service College, the Singapore government’s core institution for public policy and economics research. Her research areas included the role of government in markets, public private partnerships, privatisation, fiscal policy, and behavioural economics. From 2004 to 2006, Pamela also worked as a market analyst with Prudential Health Insurance, based in London.


Jonathan Pearlman 

The Australia correspondent for The Straits Times and Editor of Australian Foreign Affairs

Jonathan Pearlman is the Australia  correspondent for The Straits Times and editor of Australian Foreign Affairs. He previously worked at the Sydney Morning Herald, covering foreign affairs and politics from Canberra and Sydney, and as a correspondent in the Middle East. He has been a Walkley Award finalist and a United Nations Media Award winner.

Tristan Perry

Head of Tax, Australia for Select Investors - A Division of St James's Place

Tristan Perry is an Australian Chartered Accountant and has been working in Australian Tax since 2004, specialising in Australian expatriates and repatriation planning, intended migrants, private clients and retirement planning. His experience includes 7 years of working in one of Australia’s top private client and family office firms, together with nearly 2 years managing a large expatriate and foreign investor tax practice in Singapore. He is on the executive committee of the Australian and New Zealand Association Singapore (ANZA), on the Singapore members committee of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and a regular presenter at various Australian tax events around Singapore and Asia. 


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Price (includes Breakfast)

$55 AustCham members 
$75 AustCham member guest*
$90 Guest
(Prices stated are inclusive of GST)
*Applicable only when guest is accompanied by AustCham member/s

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Cancellation Notice
No refund or cancellation after 5pm on Monday 13 May 2019