Next Meeting – Tues 20th June 2017 – 11th Annual APTA Luncheon

The 11th Annual APTA Luncheon

The next meeting of the Australian Professional Technical Analysts (APTA) Incorporated is the 11th Annual APTA Luncheon and will be held at the City Tattersalls Club, 194-204 Pitt Street, Sydney at 12 noon on Tuesday 20th June 2017.

* Please note that APTA and MTA members receive 3 Continuing Education (CE) Credits for the CMT and AMT qualifications for attending the meeting.

Speakers:

Professor James Curran

Topic:

The Australia-US Alliance and Asia in the age of Trump

Will the new administration in the world’s largest economy change the way markets react. Will this be a game changer for investment markets.

Biography:

James Curran teaches courses in Australian political culture and foreign policy, as well as the history of America’s relations with the world.

His latest book, Unholy Fury: Whitlam and Nixon at War, is a study of the Australia-US Alliance from the signing of the ANZUS treaty in 1951 to the early days of the Hawke government. It focuses chiefly on the crisis in the relationship in the early 1970s. The book follows other works by Curran on Australian political culture and foreign relations, including Curtin’s Empire (Cambridge, 2011) and, with Stuart Ward, The Unknown Nation: Australia After Empire (Melbourne, 2010), which was shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s History prize. His first book, The Power of Speech (Melbourne, 2004,2006), was a study of the intellectual history of post-war Australian prime ministers and their efforts to redefine the nation in a post-imperial world. In 2013 Curran was the Keith Cameron Professor of Australian History at University College Dublin, and in 2010 held the DFAT/ Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Australia-US Alliance Studies at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Prior to joining academia, he served in various roles in the Australian Public Service, including in the Prime Minster’s Department, the Department of Defence and the Office of National Assessments. He is currently writing an essay for the Lowy Institute’s Penguin Special series on the contemporary Australia-US Alliance. Curran has also been interviewed on ABC and Commercial Radio and

In 2013 Curran was the Keith Cameron Professor of Australian History at University College Dublin, and in 2010 held the DFAT/ Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Australia-US Alliance Studies at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Prior to joining academia, he served in various roles in the Australian Public Service, including in the Prime Minster’s Department, the Department of Defence and the Office of National Assessments. He is currently writing an essay for the Lowy Institute’s Penguin Special series on the contemporary Australia-US Alliance. Curran has also been interviewed on ABC and Commercial Radio and

He is currently writing an essay for the Lowy Institute’s Penguin Special series on the contemporary Australia-US Alliance. Curran has also been interviewed on ABC and Commercial Radio and TV, and has written for The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian, The Spectator and The Australian Financial Review.

Cost:

APTA and MTA Members $60

Non-members $80

Note:

Financial APTA members will receive an e-mail with their discount code.

MTA members should contact mark.brownlow@apta.org.au with evidence of their MTA status to receive the discount code.

All attendees must register and pay prior to the event. Late registration will not be accepted.

Attendees WILL NOT be admitted without prior registration and payment.

Payment WILL NOT be accepted at the event.

APTA and MTA members ARE ALSO REQUIRED to register and are must pay the luncheon fee.

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MTA Members:

Following a collaborative agreement between the Australian Professional Technical Analysts (APTA) Inc and the Market Technicians Association (MTA), members of the MTA receive honorary APTA membership and are entitled to attend all APTA meetings. The APTA Management Committee extend a warm welcome to our MTA colleagues.

APTA Meeting FAQs:

How can I attend APTA meetings?

APTA and MTA members may attend normal meetings at no charge. APTA and MTA members may attend the Annual APTA Luncheon and Christmas Party at a discounted price. 
Non-APTA and MTA members may also attend normal APTA meetings but must register and pay $30 on-line prior to the event. Registration for the Annual APTA Annual Luncheon is more expensive and will be announced in a timely manner by the Committee.

Can I pay APTA at the door to attend a normal meeting?

No. Unfortunately, all guests must register and pay online at least 2 hours prior to the meeting. Payments can not be taken at the meeting and any non-member who has failed to register and pay will not gain admittance.

Can I pay APTA at the door to attend the Annual APTA Luncheon or Christmas Party?

No. Unfortunately, ALL attendees (including APTA and MTA members) must register and pay online at least 2 days prior to the luncheon and 5 days prior to the Christmas Party. Payments can not be taken at the luncheon or party and any person who has failed to register and pay will not gain admittance.

How can I get the details of the event?

Details are available at the APTA website at www.apta.org.au .

How can I be notified of upcoming meetings?

Join the APTA Newsletter mailing list at www.apta.org.au .

Could I invite a friend/colleague to come along to an APTA meeting?

Of course. If you have any friend/colleague that may be interested in attending as well, feel free to invite them, but please remember that they must register and pay prior to the event.

Comments or questions are welcome.

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