How will Budget 2023 address Cyclone Gabrielle recovery, and the rising costs of living and doing business?
The Minister of Finance, Hon Grant Robertson, has announced that Budget 2023 will be delivered on Thursday 18 May.
Join us for lunch on Wednesday 24 May to hear the Minister talk about Budget 2023, and what action the Government is taking to provide certainty and assurance for New Zealanders in a volatile global environment. The Minister’s remarks will be followed by time for questions.
Individual seats and tables are available.
Chamber Advocacy at Work
The Post Budget Briefing enables our Canterbury business community an opportunity to engage directly with the Minister of Finance, the Hon Grant Robertson, in the days following the annual budget, providing key insights and commentary on how the budget will seek to address some of the country’s biggest issues.
Member Individual Ticket $85 + GST
Member Table of 10 $850 + GST
Non-Member Individual Ticket $110 + GST
Non-Member Table of 10 $1,100 + GST
> Ticket includes two course lunch, something sweet and tea and coffee. Beverage pre-orders available for tables, pay as you go bar operating.
About The Minister
Hon Grant Robertson was born in Palmerston North and lived in Hastings before his family settled in Dunedin. He studied politics at Otago, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in 1995. At university he was the President of the Otago University Students Association and became Co-President of the New Zealand University Students Association. Grant’s belief in social justice and a desire to see every New Zealander achieve their potential led him to politics, and he has been the Member of Parliament for Wellington Central since November 2008. In Opposition, Grant held a range of portfolios, including Finance from 2014 to 2017.
After the 2020 election, Grant was appointed Minister of Finance, Minister for Infrastructure, Minister for Racing, Minister for Sport and Recreation.
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