Superannuation Pre-Budget Review Breakfast

Superannuation has been front and centre of discussion leading up to the Abbott Government’s second budget, from the equity of the current tax regime right through to the role of super funds investing in infrastructure. On the morning of the same day that Federal Treasurer, Joe Hockey, hands down his Budget, Super Review have brought together a panel of superannuation experts to discuss the options and what they expect to see when Hockey rises to table his second economic manifesto.

Event Details

Date:Tuesday 12 May 2015
Time:7.00am registration and continental Breakfast served
Where:The Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Panelists

Tom Garcia, CEO, Australian Institute of Superannuation Funds
Dr Steven Kates, Economist, Associate Professor at RMIT
Jocelyn Furlan, Immediate past chair of Superannuation Complaints Tribunal
Andrew Proebstl, CEO, Legalsuper

Agenda

7:00am – 7:30amRegistration
7:35am    

Welcome and housekeeping
Mike Taylor, Managing Editor, Money Management

7.35am – 8.35am  

Expert panel

Tom Garcia, CEO, Australian Institute of Superannuation Funds
Dr Steven Kates, Economist, Associate Professor at RMIT
Jocelyn Furlan, Immediate past chair of Superannuation Complaints Tribunal
Andrew Proebstl, CEO, Legalsuper

8:35am – 8:40am 

Conclusion and wrap-up
Mike Taylor, Managing Editor, Money Management

8.50am Finish

    
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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