Superannuation Post Budget Review Breakfast

The political balance in the Parliament and the fate of his first 2014/15 Budget has provided the Federal Treasurer, Joe Hockey, with one of his greatest challenges in framing Federal Budget 2015/16. Super Review together with the Financial Services Council has brought together a panel of experts to discuss the Budget contents and its implications not only for the superannuation industry but broader retirement incomes policy development.

Event Details

Date: Thursday 14 May 2015
Time: 7.15am registration
Where: State Room Level 2, The Hilton Sydney
Tickets: $120 + GST (includes hot plated breakfast)


Panelists

Sally Loane – Chief Executive, Financial Services Council
Stephen Walters – Senior Economist, JP Morgan
Russell Mason – Partner, Deloitte

 


Agenda

7:15amRegistration
7:30amHot plated breakfast served
7:45am

Welcome and housekeeping

Mike Taylor, Managing Editor, Money Management

7:50am - 8:45am

Expert Panel and panelists

Sally Loane - Chief Executive, Financial Services Council

Stephen Walter - Senior Economist, JP Morgan

Russell Mason - Partner, Deloitte

8:45am

Conclusion and wrap-up

Mike Taylor, Managing Editor, Money Management

8:50amFinish

 

 

To Secure your place now, Register online here

 




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