Women in Super Breakfast @ Towards Wellbeing
REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED
A warm welcome to Towards Wellbeing, the theme for the 2019 Financial Service Council and Workplace Savings NZ Conference on the 11 and 12 September 2019 in Auckland. The conference is fast earning the reputation as one of the flagship conferences of the Financial Services Sector in New Zealand, known for leading edge content and speakers and provoking debates around the key issues affecting the sector.
We are delighted to offer a special discount for Women in Super members.
11 September 2019 - Women in Super Breakfast
7.15am - 8:30am Breakfast
‘Has the regulator become your Conduct and Culture Advisor?’
An interview with a fresh and provocative voice exploring the three essential ingredients to establish and maintain a bold and dynamic culture.
Register for the breakfast below, or this session is included in all one and two day conference tickets
Options are available to attend the breakfast only, or to attend the full two days of conference. For those of you who register to attend the full two days, you can find the programme here.
The Financial Services Council is a non-profit member organisation and the voice of the financial services sector in New Zealand. Our 35 members comprise 95% of the life insurance market in New Zealand, and manage funds of more than $47.5bn. Members include the major insurers in life, disability and income insurance, fund managers, KiwiSaver, professional services and technology providers to the financial services sector. Find out more at fsc.org.nz and follow us on twitter.
Workplace Savings NZ is a not-for-profit apolitical membership organisation representing the interests of employers who offer workplace retirement savings schemes, their trustees and their members, other retirement scheme managers and supervisors, retirement savings industry service providers and professional advisers. WSNZ’s membership embraces all types of retirement schemes (KiwiSaver, workplace savings and superannuation schemes) and participants who are public and corporate, union-sponsored and industry-based. Find out more at workplacesavings.org.nz.