Investments. Insight. Information. That is ASI 2015.
2 - 4 September 2015
The AIST Superannuation Investment Conference (ASI) brings together thought leaders, industry pioneers, and hundreds of your peers for a three day deep-dive into not for profit superannuation investment thinking.
“A very informative and focussed conference with opportunities for people at all levels to learn of the new opportunities in investing as well as to gain informed insights into the current environment.” Lindsay Jones, Board Member, RBF
View the current program now:
Confirmed International Speakers:
- Professor Amin Rajan, CEO, CREATE-Research (UK)
- Saker Nusseibeh, CEO, Hermes Investment Management (UK)
- Mark Tinker, Head AXA Framlington Asia, AXA Investment Managers (HK)
Key topics to be explored include:
- The Lucky Country, where are we now? Reviewing your investment beliefs.
- Retirement - how can we make it better?
- Sessions on international markets including India, Indonesia and China.
- In-house VS outsourced investing - what model works best?
- Impact investing, creating a real impact.
Register before Tuesday 19 May to take advantage of the early bird, saving $400 per ticket.
“Great conference jam packed with information and in a location that reminds us we provide our services to everyone across Australia.” Brett Holmes, Trustee Director - Deputy Chair, HESTA
“Thought provoking content and high quality speakers provided great learnings. Fantastic to get away and meet with colleagues and focus on future strategies for Super.” Michelle Blicavs, Trustee Director, Local Government Super
“Excellent conference content and relevant topics with informed speakers. Helpful friendly staff.” Douglas McMillan, Trustee Director, Transport Industry Superannuation Fund
“AIST has excelled once again with a stimulating and motivating conference. Highly qualified national and international speakers gave thought-provoking presentations on a wide range of topics very relevant to the challenges in today’s superannuation industry. Together with the stimulating networking opportunities, this knowledge will undoubtedly energise discussion around board tables. The terrific location and efficient management added to an excellent few days.” Prue Power AM, Trustee Director, HESTA
Attending ASI entitles you to receive up to 15 hours.
Members will automatically receive the total amount of session hours attended at the event.
A statement of attendance will be sent on request only by completing the CPD Request form available at the Conference Registration Desk.
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