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Universal Greening Group chair Peter Ellyard, Financial Reporting Council chair Charles Macek, Equity Capital Markets chief operating officer Victor Rudenno, Hayes Knight senior partner Greg Hayes, University of Melbourne economics professor Neville Norman, senior trade commissioner Geoff Gray and Tax Practitioners Group assistant commissioner Robyn Clayton, to speak at the CA Business Forum, May 11 to 13 at the Sheraton Hotel Perth. KPMG partner Bernard Salt, John Hopkins University political economy professor Francis Fukuyama, Forecasting International president Marvin Cetron, UNSW Centre for Quantum Computing deputy director Andrew Dzurak, ANU demography professor Peter McDonald, former Wallabies captain John Eales, Crikey.com’s Stephen Mayne, Sydney Futures Exchange Corporation deputy chairman Alan Cameron, Caltex Australia director Elizabeth Bryan, Coles Myer director Helen Lynch, Australian head swimming coach Leigh Nugent, ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel, ASIC chairman Jeffrey Lucy, ASX CEO Tony D’Aloisio and ASX director Catherine Walter, to speak at the Company Directors Conference, May 11-14 at the Hyatt Regency Perth. India’s commerce and industry minister Kamal Nath is visiting Perth and will be welcomed with a reception at Agni Restaurant in Innaloo on May 17. Indian high commissioner Prabhat Prakash Shukla will also be at the reception, visiting from Canberra. University of Queensland management professor Geoffrey Kiel to present High Performance Boards and Strategic Boards for the Australian Institute of Company Directors, May 16 and 17 at the Melbourne Hotel, Perth. International business improvement expert Phillip Slater is presenting two workshops for local businesses, May 19 and 20 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. Norman Disney & Young director Ashak Nathwani and Honeywell Pacific facilities optimisation business manager Ehab Abou-Seido to speak at the Energy Smart Trade Expo 2005, May 31 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Bionomics Limited chief executive officer Deborah Rathjen, Biosignal Limited chief executive officer Michael Oredsson and Cryptome Pharmaceuticals acting chief executive officer Mathew Vadas to speak at the Biotechnology Companies Showcase for the Securities Institute, May 31 at the Duxton Hotel.

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