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Date:Tuesday 19 May 2009
Time:7:00 PM
Location: Springwood Tower Hotel
9 Murrajong Road

Details:MBN invites members and non-members to an evening with Professor Michael E. Drew on Tuesday 19 May 2009 at 7.30pm.

The Professor will look at some of the origins of the current crisis and explore the impact on investment risk in various asset classes. The presentation will also consider some of the issues facing investors in today's climate.

If you want to know where Australia is heading in the next year, how this impacts your business/profession and where to invest in the current market, then this evening is a must for you. The professor will take questions at the end of his presentation.

Depending on time, Iqbal Lambat will provide a brief overview of the federal budget.

The cost of attending the evening is $10 per person. It will be held at Springwood Towers on 19 May at 7pm. Light refreshments will be provided.

Places are strictly limited. Please confirm your attendance by registering through the website, send an email to us at or contact Farida Lambat on 0417 460 200; Iqbal Lambat on 0410 786 227; or Bilal Rauf on 0411 625 462.

About the speaker:
Professor Michael E. Drew is currently the Discipline Head of Finance and Financial Planning, Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith Business School. He joined the Griffith Business School, Griffith University as Professor of Finance in 2008. Prior to this post, Michael was head of the Investment Services division at QSuper, one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, with 470,000 members and in excess of $23 billion in funds under management.

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