Post-Budget Breakfast Talk

Post-Budget Breakfast Talk

Australia & New Zealand Banking Group
10 Collyer Quay #30-00, Ocean Financial Centre0049315
Singapore, Singapore

Event Fee: 35.00$
Members Fee: 22.00$

Open admission


The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore as Supporting Partner of the seminar about "Post-Budget Breakfast Talk"


Budget 2018 has been much anticipated given all the recent talk about Singapore's need to raise tax revenue. Will GST be increased and how will Budget 2018 affect your business? Get all the answers at the Chamber's annual Post-Budget Breakfast Talk on 27 February.

You will hear concise analyses of the key measures, tax changes and policy directions of Budget 2018 from our line-up of expert speakers:

• Mr Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group
• Mr Shanker Iyer, Founder & Chairman, Iyer Practice
• Mr Francis Tan, Economist, United Overseas Bank

Following their remarks there will be a Q&A moderated by Mr Devadas Krishnadas, CEO of Future-Moves Group.

This event is always oversubscribed. Do register early to secure your seats



Date  :  Tuesday, 27 February 2018
Time  :  8.30am - 10.30am
     (Registration commences from 8.30am)
Venue  :  Australia & New Zealand Banking Group
     10 Collyer Quay #30-00, Ocean Financial Centre
     Singapore 0049315
Registration Fee  :  $22 (SICC & ICCS Members)
     $30 (SIATP Members)
     $35 (Non Members)
Registration Closes  :   Friday, 23 February 2018


To register, please email your full name, designation, company and contact details to An invoice will then be sent to you by email for settlement. Registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment and no refunds will be allowed.

Please note that registration is on a first come first served basis and will close when all seats are filled.

For enquiries, please contact Wen Qing at 6500 0966 or email



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