Roger Collins-Woolcock was the guest speaker at a Roundtable Dinner presented by Macquarie Bank and hosted by Constantine Splawa-Neyman.
In his LinkedIn post, he said, “Recently I had the privilege to host a roundtable dinner, attended by 26 of Brisbane’s leading Built Environment professionals. With the recent cuts to the cash rate, now sitting at an unprecedented low of 1%, a tempering in the way banks test borrowing capacity for residential home loans (testing your ability to borrow at 2.5% above the actual interest rate offered, instead of 7.25% floor), and the federal victory of the Liberal Party forming a majority government (77/151 seats in the Upper House), sentiment in the room was largely upbeat. Our keynote speaker, Roger Collins-Woolcock, offered deep insights and perspectives on matters vital to success in a rapidly changing environment, including staff retention, embracing transformative technology and the imperative to grow your business via succession planning and M&A.”
Macquarie Bank later published an article on ‘5 things you should be doing to protect your built environment business‘ which reported on the keynote presentation.