Paul Fletcher MP

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I am pleased to have the opportunity to speak to you today on this important topic.

I am pleased to join you for this important conference.

It is a great pleasure to be here today to speak to this important conference of the HR Nicholls Society.

It is a privilege to speak to the Sydney Institute tonight on the topic of efficiency in government.

I want to argue that the public sector needs to focus much more intensely on efficiency – as private sector companies certainly do.


The financial services sector touches just about every Australian.

I am pleased to join you for this important conference.

The Superannuation sector is of vital importance to the Australian economy – and to the wellbeing of millions of Australians as they prepare for retirement.

It is a pleasure to be here this evening to talk to the annual dinner of the Australian Services Roundtable.

My own background has been very much tied up with the services sector. I have worked as a lawyer, as a management consultant, as a telecommunications executive and as a politician.


The most basic question in corporate strategy is, what business should we be in?


All of us I am sure have had the experience of travelling through a modern, large, well planned airport in Asia. I could mention Hong Kong Airport (opened in 1998), Bangkok (opened in 2006), Singapore’s Changi or numerous airports in China.

Authorised by Paul Fletcher MP, Level 2, 280 Pacific Highway Lindfield NSW 2070.

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