EARLY BIRD RATES END ON friday 25 jUNE!
On Tuesday 27 July the FSC will host the inaugural Investment & Retirement Incomes Summit in Sydney.
Leaders from across the industry will converge for a day of discussions with a cross-section of investment experts – both local and international – exploring retirement incomes, superannuation and investment-focused issues. The Summit will cover a broad range of technical topics and analysis of global and domestic markets post-COVID.
The Summit will be held as a full day hybrid event, with a number of delegates being able to attend in person at a venue in Sydney, and others joining online via a streamed offering. Cocktail drinks will commence at the conclusion of the day activities.
DATE: Tuesday 27 July, 2021
TIME: 8.30am - 4.30pm / 4.30pm - 6.30pm Cocktail Function
VENUE: Crown Sydney, 1 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo
REGISTRATION COSTS - Early Bird Rates
Group Member (4): $950 + GST
Member: $1,050 + GST
Non Member: $1,450 + GST
Member: $550 + GST
Non Member: $700 + GST
Early Bird rates are available 10 May - 25 June, 2021. View the booking terms and conditions here.
Hear leader perspectives on the changing structure of superannuation.
Moderator: Paul Howes, National Managing Partner, KPMG Enterprise, KPMG
- Scott Hartley, CEO, AMP Australia
- Justin Arter, CEO, Cbus
Enjoy some refreshments while you network.
With the DDO start date rapidly approaching, how is implementation going for organisations? And what are the key DDO risks facing financial services businesses right now?
Moderator: Alison Telfer, Chief Operating Officer & Head of Public Policy, BlackRock
- Michelle Segaert, Partner - Financial Services Law, EY
- Dawn Thomas, National Chair, AFA Inspire
- Jamie Wickham, Managing Director, Morningstar Australasia
Minister Hume will look to provide an overview of some of the challenges facing the industry, her vision of the future and policy priorities for the Government.
- Senator the Hon Jane Hume, Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and the Digital Economy & Minister for Women's Economic Security
Enjoy a long lunch break before the afternoon sessions.
With Net Zero being an increasingly hot topic, what does it actually mean:
• For an investor to commit to net zero,
• In the context of diverse investment portfolios? and,
• How does it interact with acting in members best financial interests?
These topics, and more, to be debated by leading industry voices.
Moderator: James Thomson, Columnist, AFR
- Pru Bennett, Partner, Brunswick Group
- Dr Stuart Palmer, Head of Ethics Research, Australian Ethical Investment
- Pablo Berrutti, Investment Specialist - Sustainable Funds Group, Stewart Investors
How can we make sure Australians are getting the right advice
to prepare for retirement, at the right time? Do we understand
what people want to achieve in retirement and how to get them
there – and how to explain it to them so they can make informed
Moderator: Aleks Vickovich, Wealth Editor, AFR
- Richard Howes, Managing Director and CEO, Challenger
- Darren Whereat, Chief Advice Officer, IOOF
- Alva Devoy, Managing Director Australia, Fidelity International
A quick coffee break before the last session of the day.
During some of the worst market volatility during COVID-19
retail investors came flooding into the market and opened new
investment accounts to trade on the exchange. Can these retail investors be trusted with their own money to make the right investment decisions at the right times? Can they get a better outcome than a professional fund manager or a superannuation fund?
Moderator: Brett Jollie, Managing Director, Aberdeen Standard Investments Australia
- Tim Wilson, MP
Blake Briggs, Deputy CEO, FSC.