Briggs joins speaker line-up at Australian Wealth Management Summit 2024

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The FSC CEO will join a long line-up of renowned speakers at the inaugural summit. 

Blake Briggs, CEO of the Financial Services Council (FSC) will speak at the first-ever Australian Wealth Management Summit on Wednesday, 8 May, at The Star, Sydney. Click here to buy your tickets.

As green shoots appear across financial advice and superannuation and investment products become more innovative, Briggs will take a big-picture view of emerging growth opportunities in the financial services industry, taking into account the regulatory changes and challenging market conditions it has had to face.

His address will cover the government’s intent to legislate reforms to the financial advice regulatory framework and the important role a healthy advice sector plays in Australian society. 

Briggs will also discuss how the superannuation industry has evolved to become more dynamic and responsive to customer expectations.

Moreover, he will explore the innovative strides made by the investment sector, including how products that are facilitating the transition to net zero are becoming mainstream.

The FSC has over 100 members across funds management, superannuation, financial advice, and investment platforms, allowing it and Briggs to provide unique insights into growth opportunities across the broader wealth ecosystem.

Briggs joins a long list of renowned speakers at the first-ever Australian Wealth Management Summit, including senator Jane Hume, AMP’s chief economist Dr Shane Oliver, and Future Fund deputy chief investment officer Alicia Gregory.

The one-day conference will explore the latest developments in the financial services landscape, helping industry professionals navigate domestic and global economic affairs, as well as complex markets.

The summit will benefit advisers, family offices, professionals, and high-net-worth individuals, as well as the broader wealth management industry.

The Australian Wealth Management Summit 2024 is being held by Super Review’s parent company Momentum Media.

Click here to book your tickets and don’t miss out!

For more information, including speakers and agenda, click here.

This summit is produced by Captivate Events. If you need help planning your next event, email director Jim Hall at [email protected]

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