Conference of Major Superannuation Funds

The Conference of Major Super Funds (CMSF) 2016

CMSF 2016 will be held from 16-18 March, 2016 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA.

Full programing coming soon, check out speaker and program highlights today.

For information on Industry Partnership for CMSF 2016, please contact:

Theresa Hoogland
Executive Manager - Marketing & Strategy
+61 3 8677 3856 


Attending CMSF 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. Become an AIST Member

Speaker/Chair Gifts:

Australia for UNHCR is an Australian charity that raises funds to support the work of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). 

UNHCR has an international mandate to protect and assist those made homeless by conflict and persecution. UNHCR's humanitarian programs include life-saving healthcare, water and shelter in emergencies as well as education and self-reliance programs for refugees and displaced people who cannot return home.

Each speaker and chair will be thanked for their contribution with a donation to Australia for UNHCR on their behalf. These donations will support UNHCR's education programs which provide refugees with access to educational qualifications and vital skills training.

AIST has supported education programs since 2009, including:

  • a Secondary School and a new Computer Technology Access (CTA) Centre in Nakivale refugee camp, Uganda;
  • school facilities in Mai Aini Refugee Camp, Ethiopia (increasing school attendance from 57% in 2010 to 83% in 2011;
  • In 2013, the AIST supported the global UNHCR 'Educate a Refugee Child' program (EARC) which succeeded in enrolling and retaining 266,083 refugee children in primary school in 12 countries

In 2014, AIST is increasing access to education for the children of Maratane Refugee Camp in Mozambique, which is ranked one of the least developed countries in Africa. Supporting over 2,000 refugee children attending the camp's primary schools and 50 secondary school students with special needs, the Mozambique program has a specific mandate towards increasing access to education for unaccompanied minors, disabled students, and in particular - girls, who are often kept at home to attend to domestic tasks.

For more information about Australia for UNHCR or to make a donation please visit or email