Investors representing $2.5 trillion in capital including the nation's largest banks are set to meet with senior ministers to discuss climate, defence and social investment co-operation.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers will host the roundtable in Canberra on Tuesday, following similar gatherings on other issues last November and April this year.
Dr Chalmers is seeking to unlock greater private investment in national priority areas, including the net zero transformation, defence and social impact investment.
The government is keen to get small and medium-sized businesses involved in the defence sector, as well as remove barriers to boost investment in defence infrastructure.
Among those attending are ANZ chief Shayne Elliot, Australian Super chief Paul Schroder, Australian Investment Council boss Navleen Prasad and HESTA chief Debby Blakey.
Australian Associated Press