Event will promote collaboration and growth in the financial sector
Financial Services Councils of Australia and New Zealand have announced the upcoming Trans-Tasman Strategic Leaders Summit, scheduled to take place from 5 to 7 March 2024 in Auckland.
This summit marks a significant milestone for the financial services sector as it brings together industry leaders from both countries to discuss global financial services policy and regulation.
The main objective of the summit is to bring together prominent figures from the financial services industry, regulators, and political leaders to engage in discussions on critical issues affecting the sector.
The event will cover various areas of the financial services industry, including superannuation, Kiwisaver, funds management, insurance, and financial advice. It will provide a platform for industry leaders, regulators, and political figures from the region to exchange ideas.
The summit will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshop sessions, and a gala dinner, all aimed at providing valuable insights into shared challenges faced in the region.
Topics of discussion will revolve around the future of financial advice regulation, the influence of climate change on investments, sustainable retirement solutions, insurance, and economic uncertainty in the region.
In addition, the summit will offer opportunities for organizations to form partnerships and showcase their latest software, products, and technical solutions to the financial services industry.
Richard Klipin (pictured), CEO of FSC New Zealand, expressed his enthusiasm for the event, emphasizing its global focus on financial services policy and regulation.
Blake Briggs, CEO of FSC Australia, highlighted the significance of this joint regional summit, particularly for organizations and service providers with a global presence in both Australia and New Zealand, as well as across the Asia-Pacific region.
"The Strategic Leaders Summit will allow industry leaders to network and collaborate on a regional stage, particularly for organizations and service providers with a global footprint that operate, or are looking to operate, in both Australia and New Zealand, and across the Asia-Pacific," Briggs said.
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