Zoom Webinar with the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia – Recent developments in the domestic and global economies

The Anika Foundation and Australian Business Economists are pleased to present a fundraiser in support of The Anika Foundation with a briefing by:
 

Dr Philip Lowe, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
Recent developments in the domestic and global economies Since 2006 The Anika Foundation has presented an annual fundraising lunch. Every one of these events has included a briefing by the Governor of the Reserve Bank.  

Date: Tuesday 14 September 2021
 
Time: 12:30 pm for 12:45 (concludes 2:00 pm)
Venue: Zoom webinar. Registration is essential.
The Governor has agreed to take questions from the audience.
Fee: There is no fee to attend. Donations to the Foundation are voluntary, encouraged and welcome.
Donations are tax deductible and GST-free

NAB sponsors this briefing by way of generous support for The Anika Foundation.
ABE provides services in support of the event on a pro bono basis.
 
Register and donate here.
 
Please note that all proceeds go directly to the Foundation. All payments are GST free and tax deductible. The Trustee for the Anika Trust is a Deductible Gift Recipient. The Anika Foundation is registered with the ACNC. ABN: 48961479647. The Foundation will issue a receipt for your donation.
If you would like to discuss making a donation privately and directly, please contact ABE.

The Anika Foundation

The Anika Foundation was established in 2005 to raise funds for the purpose of supporting research into adolescent depression and suicide, which have become amongst the most significant (but least well considered) medical and social problems of our time. The Anika Foundation is governed by a Board comprising Dr Adrian Blundell-Wignall (Chair), Dr Philip Lowe, Mr Glenn Stevens, Mr Jeff White, Mr Crispin Murray, Mr Paul Brennan, Professor Philip Mitchell, Ms Danae Blundell-Wignall, Mr Tate Dogan. Funds are raised for an endowment that is invested by professional fund managers working on a voluntary basis. Income from the fund is used to sponsor prizes for research, community and school initiatives, in perpetuity, in the area of adolescent depression and suicide. The Anika Foundation provides an opportunity for corporate Australia to make a difference in an area that affects at least 1 in 4 families. All donations are fully tax deductible, and donors are permanently listed on the website. For further details please visit: anikafoundation.com

Anika’s Story

On 17 May 2004 Anika was at home studying for a major mathematics assessment for the HSC to be held the next day. Anika left letters to her parents and friends apologising and explaining to them that she could not cope any more with the pressure of the HSC, along with an issue with a friend. Anika was a top HSC student at SCEGGS Darlinghurst: she won one of the major prizes in the state-wide Intel Science competition in 2002 (third), and her assessments in all subjects were running in the 90’s. Anika had a close supportive family, including an older brother Tate and sister Danae. But Anika suffered from depression. She is no longer here.

Dr Philip Lowe
Philip Lowe is Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Dr Lowe holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.Comm (Honours) in Economics/Econometrics from the University of New South Wales. He has authored numerous papers, including on the linkages between monetary policy and financial stability. He commenced as Governor in September 2016. He is Chair of the Reserve Bank Board and Payments System Board, and Chair of the Council of Financial Regulators. He also serves on the FSB Steering Committee. Prior to his current role, he held the positions of Deputy Governor, Assistant Governor (Economic) and Assistant Governor (Financial System). He also spent two years with the Bank for International Settlements working on financial stability issues. Dr Lowe is Chair of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and a director of The Anika Foundation. Dr Lowe is a signatory to The Banking and Finance Oath.