TMA Golf DayThursday 23rd October 2014NSW
In support of Special Olympics Australia
Riding the Coal Cycle: How Governments and Regulators Can HelpThursday 30th October 2014QLDMoreLess
WhenThursday 30th October 2014 12:30pm-2:00pm
WhereQueensland Law Society Rooms A2/A3, Law Society House 179 Ann Street Brisbane QLD 4000
Cost ex GST
Riding the Coal Cycle: How Governments and Regulators Can Help
Thursday, 30 October 2014
(Timings: 12.15pm for 12.30pm Networking Lunch | 1pm - 2pm for the presentation incl. Q & A)
Michael Roche, Chief Executive, Queensland Resources Council
Michael Roche is Chief Executive of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), the peak representative body for minerals and energy companies in Queensland.
The QRC represents the interests of more 290 companies with direct and service sector investment in developing Queensland’s minerals and energy resources. Together, these industries are responsible for one in every four dollars circulating in the Queensland economy and one in every five jobs.
Before joining the QRC in 2005, Michael spent nearly nine years in senior management roles with the Australian Stock Exchange in Sydney, including more than three years as Executive General Manager of ASX’s markets and market data businesses.
Michael has extensive experience in the government sector, including nine years in Canberra, with most of that time as a senior executive in the Economics Division of Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
From 1990, Michael served for over four years as Chief of Staff to the then Queensland Treasurer Keith De Lacy and two years as Deputy Director-General in the Queensland Cabinet Office.
Michael currently serves on several boards and advisory committees, including Chairman of the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy and member of the Queensland Government’s Ministerial Advisory Committee on Exploration. He is also the ambassador for the Mining and Energy Challenge, part of the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave fundraising initiative.
In 2012 he was appointed by the Queensland Government to chair the Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce.
An economist by training, Michael holds Bachelor and Masters degrees from the University of NSW and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Business degree by CQ University in 2013.
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TMA Sydney Chapter - Holiday Season DrinksTuesday 18th November 2014NSW
TMA Members - FreeMoreLess
WhenTuesday 18th November 2014 6:00pm-8:00pm
WhereClayton Utz The Terrace 1 Bligh Street Sydney NSW 2000
Cost ex GST
TMA Melbourne Chapter - Holiday Season DrinksThursday 4th December 2014VIC
Hosted by NABMoreLess
WhenThursday 4th December 2014 5:30pm-7:30pm
WhereNational Australia Bank, Bowl Room Ground Floor, 500 Bourke St Melbourne VIC 3000
Cost ex GST
TMA Inspirational Women's BreakfastWednesday 4th March 2015NSW
In support of Special Olympics AustraliaMoreLess
WhenWednesday 4th March 2015 7:00am-9:00am
WhereTea Rooms, Queen Victoria Building Level 3, Lower North End 455 George Street Sydney NSW 2000
Cost ex GSTNot available for purchase through TMA website. See below for booking details.
Turnaround Management Association in partnership with Special Olympics Australia Presents...
Special Olympics Australia would like to invite you to join us by hosting a corporate table at the 2015 TMA "Inspirational Women's Breakfast" with a panel of guest speakers to include;
Raelene Caste - Chief Executive Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
additional speakers to be announced shortly
MC: Peter Overton, Channel 9 News Reader
Time: 7am Registrations and Networking
Breakfast: 7.30am - 9am
Cost: Corporate Tables of 10 $700 or $75 per person
RSVP: 25 February 2015
For more information click here
Your support will help "Make a Difference"
Ticket sales are through the Special Olympics Australia click here.
Or to discuss sponsorship opportunities and also to reserve a table or general bookings you can contact Fran on (02) 8116 9839 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.