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ACCC Chairman to headline business forum

More than 300 business people and students will gather at Bond University next Tuesday, September 21, for the annual must-attend Titans of Industry Forum.  

Headlining this year’s forum will be the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman, Mr Graeme Samuel AC;  along with Queensland Investment Corporation Chief Executive, Dr Doug McTaggart; Centre for Independent Studies Chairman, Mr Michael Darling; and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Director, Mr Tony Robinson. 

The panel of business experts will discuss ‘The New Normal: Navigating Australia’s place in the global economy after the Great Recession.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants will host a corporate lunch prior to the forum in the Princeton ballroom with guest speaker Rothschild Australia Executive Chairman, Dr Trevor Rowe AM.

Hosted by Bond University’s student organisation Bond Investment Group, the Titans of Industry forum has previously attracted the likes of Virgin Group Chairman Sir Richard Branson and Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) Ltd Chairman Mr David Gonski AC.

Now in its fifth year, Bondstock is the week-long festival run by students, involves a massive 15 events in seven days and is a combination of all things academic, sporting, social and cultural, designed to appeal to Bond’s diverse community.

Those interested in attending either the lunch, forum or both can register at

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