25 AUG - Breakfast Briefing with Australia's Senior Treasury Representative, South East Asia

  • Thursday, August 25, 2016
  • 08:15 - 09:00
  • The Cove, G Floor, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
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AustCham invites members and guests to attend a Breakfast Briefing with Shaun Anthony, the senior South East Asian based Australian Treasury Department representative. Shaun is currently serving as the Treasury Minister Counsellor in Jakarta with responsibility for Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Shaun will be providing a brief summary of current issues in the Australian economy, government policy priorities and what developments the Australian Government is watching in South East Asia.

Shaun Anthony

Senior Treasury Representative- South East Asia 

Australian Embassy Jakarta

Event Details:

Date: Thursday 25 August 2016

Time:8.15 am - 9.00 am (with registration from 8.00 am)

Cost: Baht 500 for AustCham members and Baht 750 for non - members (Ticket includes coffee/ tea and breakfast pastries)

Venue: The Cove, G Floor, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Transportation:  Asoke BTS Station  or Sukhumvit MRT Station

**Cancellation policy: Reservations not cancelled within 2 business day of the event will be charged as a no-show and invoiced.

About the presenter

Shaun Anthony is Treasury’s Minister Counsellor in Jakarta, with responsibility for Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. 

Mr Anthony previously worked in Treasury’s G20 Policy Division as the Manager of the Policy Engagement and Strategy Team, looking after coordination of policy for four G20 Finance Ministers meetings throughout Australia’s host year, as well as engaging with member countries and the domestic engagement groups.

In his time in Treasury, Mr Anthony has worked on banking and insurance policy, free trade agreements, and managed Treasury’s engagement with the development banks, as well as working on the Australian Government’s foreign affairs and aid budgets.

Between 2008 and 2011, he was posted to the Solomon Islands as part of Treasury’s contribution to the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands. In this role, he was embedded in the local finance ministry, helping to lead the Economic Reform Unit and develop his local counterparts

Before joining Treasury in 2006, Mr Anthony worked as an adviser to the Assistant Treasurer and later to the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts.