The Royal Commission final report has been delivered and the Federal election is looming. What does the financial services landscape look like right now and what is likely to be in our immediate future?
The FSC is pleased to have secured Paul Howes, Partner and National Sector Leader – Asset & Wealth Management at KPMG, as the keynote speaker at our upcoming Post-Royal Commission and Pre-Election event on 14 March.
Moderated by FSC CEO, Sally Loane, Paul will give us his views on the period post the Royal Commission, how that might play out as well as his thoughts in the lead up to the Federal Election.
We look forward to welcoming our Members to this opportunity to hear from one of the industry’s senior leaders as our sector continues to undergo unprecedented change and challenge.
This session will only be available in Sydney only and dial in details will be made available to interstate members.
ABOUT YOUR SPEAKER
Paul is a Partner at KPMG Australia and is the National Sector leader for Asset & Wealth Management leading KPMG’s work in the superannuation, funds management, private equity and wealth sectors across the firm. Paul joined KPMG in 2014 from the Australian labour movement where he had worked for the previous 15 years including seven years as the leader of the nation’s largest industrial union – The Australian Workers’ Union.
Paul as also held roles in the wealth management sector including as Deputy Chair and a Director of AustralianSuper (Australia’s largest superannuation fund which now manages over $110 billion on behalf of over 2.4 million members) between 2006 and 2014 and as a Director of numerous other government and private organisations.
Paul is a published author, columnist and has produced a number of thought leadership pieces in the areas of asset recycling, productivity enhancement and transforming the wealth management sector.
In addition to his role leading KPMG’s work in the Asset & Wealth Management sector Paul is also the Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Customer, Brand and Marketing Advisory practice.