ASFA boss Martin Fahy has hit out against critics of Australia’s superannuation system warning that it is currently in the grip of a contagious false narrative which risks undermining retirement…
With financial advisers and superannuation funds separately and in some cases simultaneously developing solutions for retirees – this new one-day conference aims to bring together the best ideas from the retail, wholesale and institutional investment and advice worlds in a one-day retirement event.
The first half of the day will deliver essential investment retirement principles and the second half of the day will be split into two streams with one stream focusing on the issues prevalent in the financial advice and the other dealing with issues facing super funds.
This one-day event is designed for chief executives, chief investment officers, heads of retirement, portfolio managers, financial advisers, heads of advice, research teams, and consultants.
Networking - supported by the high -calibre of attendees who were attracted to the conferenceMichael Bergsenior consultant, Rice Warner
Topics discussed were very topical and the speakers were quiteDavid Hartleychair, investment committee, Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund
open in their presentations
Re-emphasised to the audience that financial advice is about identifyingTamim Marialassociate adviser, Centric Wealth
your clients goals and helping them achieve the goals
Keeping up to date with current issues and concerns that are affecting other advisersStephen Boydfinancial planner, Telstra Super
Definitely the speakers, discussions around the retirement informationJo Scholzdirector, financial planner, Blue Moon Financial Consultants
and the issue around gender equality was also really great
Overall content and expertise to add depth to knowledge and practical meaningVicki Martinfinancial adviser, Objective Solutions
The Ex-Mine Super CIO has been appointed executive director of the Conexus Institute, a think tank that aims to become a catalyst for change in the Australian retirement sector.