2014 Future of Financial Services Regulation Breakfast

Money Management and Super Review brought together central players in what was a debate that included the chairman of the Senate Committee reviewing ASIC, Senator David Bushby and senior representatives from the major financial services organisations – the Financial Services Council, the Financial Planning Association, the Association of Financial Advisers, SPAA, ASFA and the AIST.

This was be a compelling discussion for not only financial planners and fund managers but also superannuation fund executives and consultants.

Keynote Speakers

Senator David Bushby, Liberal Senator for TasmaniaPeter Kell, Deputy Commissioner, ASIC

Senator David Bushby,
Liberal Senator for Tasmania

Peter Kell, Deputy Commissioner,
ASIC

 

Event Details

Location:

Dockside Venue,
Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney

Date: Tuesday 1 April, 7.45am – 10.00am 
 

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