Digital disruption and collaboration in financial services is changing the world.
Good morning and thanks very much for that introduction.
Almost a decade after the GFC hit, a brighter picture is now emerging for the global and domestic economy, providing evidence of better days ahead.
Second Reading Speech, Treasury Laws Amendment (Banking Executive Accountability and Related Measures) Bill 2017
Every day, ordinary Australians rely on the Australian financial system.
Thanks for your warm welcome and to everyone at Citigroup for once again hosting me here today.
It's great to be back in New York.
Australia is enjoying the strongest period of job creation we have seen in decades.
“It is still the most exciting time to be an Australian” - address to the Australian Computer Society, Sydney
Thank-you very much, it is great to be here. In case you are wondering it is still the most exciting time to be in Australia. It still is. This room would understand that better than any.
As we move into spring, we can continue to take confidence that a brighter picture is emerging within our economy.
Our economic story in Australia is fundamentally an immigration story and a small business story.
Second Reading Speech, Medicare Levy Amendment Bill 2017 (National Disability Insurance Scheme Funding)
Thank you Mr Speaker. I move that this Bill be now read a second time.
'Guaranteeing the essentials - a foundation for fairness', Address to the Australian Industry Group, Adelaide
The Budget I handed down in May was built upon a foundation of fairness, security and opportunity. It was about making the right choices to secure the better days that are ahead.
'Living within our means', Address to the Melbourne Institute Economic and Social Outlook Conference, Melbourne
Thank you for the invitation to once again to speak at this important forum.
Western Australia has always managed to punch above its weight when it comes to talent and leadership.
Politics across the globe has been turned on its head.
In election after election we have seen conventional politics left standing at the polls.
Thank you for the introduction, it is great to be here.
It’s good to be here with you today to focus on the issues which I know are of most concern to you.
Address to the Committee for Economic Development of Australia State of the Nation Conference, Parliament House, Canberra
Thanks very much, Lyndal, for that introduction.
The Turnbull Government is committed to Australia having a world leading financial sector.
Economic growth doesn’t fall from the sky. It must be earned. It must be won. It must be worked for.
Thank you for that introduction, I am very pleased to be here to discuss issues and solutions. Today I want to talk about Housing. It’s an important social and economic issue.