At the Ninth Annual Indian Newslink Lecture on July 29, 2019
Would you like to meet Finance Minister Grant Robertson and ask him a question or two?
And/or take photographs with him and other leaders about who you read and hear?
Are you keen to engage with men and women who practice the principles of Good Governance?
You could have your wish/es fulfilled at the Ninth Annual Indian Newslink Lecture scheduled to be held on Monday, July 29, 2019 from 630 pm at Pullman Hotel, Auckland.
Tickets for this exclusive event, priced at $172.50 (including GST) and tables seating 10 persons each at $1725 (including GST) are available.
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Mr Robertson is expected to cover a number of issues in his Lecture including the government’s fiscal policy, Wellbeing Budget, the need to invest in areas which he believes needs special and immediate attention, and how Good Financial Management contributes to Good Governance.
Presenting his Budget (2019-2010) in Parliament on May 30, 2019, he said, “We begin, through this Budget, to value and to measure all that makes life worthwhile in New Zealand.”
Do you agree? You can raise a point or two during the Question & Answer Session.
Born in Palmerston North, Mr Robertson graduated (Bachelor of Arts) with Honours from the University of Otago in 1995. He has had impressive assignments in Samoa, United Nations New York and as an Advisor to Prime Minister Helen Clark in Wellington, before he decided to contest for a Parliamentary seat in the November 2008 general election. Since then, his constituents have returned him to Parliament in four successive polls.
He is a master in financial management and fiscal policy.
The Lecture would, therefore, one of a kind.
About INL Lecture Series
The Indian Newslink Sir Anand Satyanand Lecture was instituted in 2011, subscribing to the broad theme of Good Governance, with Honesty, Integrity, Accountability and Transparency as its core principles. The Series has been rebranded this year but would continue to feature topics of interest to those in governance roles, those on the growth path of their career and to chief executives and other decision-makers.
Speakers this year
This year’s Lecture will feature Auckland Mayor Phil Goff as the Master of Ceremonies, with Member of Parliament (National) Paul Goldsmith providing his critique under ‘Reflections on the Lecture,’ and former Member of Parliament Dr Rajen Prasad offering the Concluding Remarks.
Additional Reading: Our Editorial, ‘Never a better time for Good Governance,’ under Viewlink.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson
(INL File Photo)