Conference of Major Superannuation Funds

The Conference of Major Super Funds (CMSF)

                                

Thank you to all delegates, speakers and sponsors for helping deliver a successful CMSF this year.

You can now download the presentations and watch selected sessions from the event.

CMSF 2017 will be held on Wednesday 22 - Friday 24 March, at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhbition Centre, Queensland, Australia.  Registration will open in October, 2016

 

Australia’s only not-for-profit superannuation conference is back and will be delivering plenary, forum and breakout sessions with amazing international leaders and Australia’s key industry influencers. 

100% of CMSF 2015 attendees surveyed would recommend the event to their colleagues and peers: 

I thought CMSF 2015 was one of the best super conferences I have attended in recent times.”  Julia Fellows, Trustee Director, Mine Wealth + Wellbeing 

“CMSF delivered content that was very relevant, up to date and specific.  I felt that I got something out of each session I attended and I don't think I can say that about many conferences I attend. Well done!”
Roberta Albrecht, Manager, Employer Services, Energy Super 

Again, CMSF delivered a very informative conference program with good networking opportunities across the three days.”
Brett Murray, Service & Advice Supervisor, Mine Wealth + Wellbeing   


Need to convince your boss to send you to CMSF?

The 2017 Attendance Toolkit, complete with all the facts, stats and templates you need to put together a winning proposal for your boss will be coming soon.


CMSF Sponsorship:

For information on Industry Partnership for CMSF 2017, please contact:

Theresa Hoogland
Executive Manager - Marketing & Strategy
+61 3 8677 3856
thoogland@aist.asn.au 


CPD:

Attending CMSF entitles you to receive up to 15 CPD hours.

Members will receive the total amount of session hours attended at the event.

A statement of attendance may be issued confirming the total number of session hours attended over the conference. Please submit your request in writing to AIST via email: info@aist.asn.au  


Speaker/Chair Gifts:

Each speaker and chair will be thanked for their contribution with a donation to First Nations Foundation on their behalf.

First Nations Foundation is a not for profit organisation with a passion for building a better financial future for First Australians. They achieve this by improving financial inclusion for Indigenous Australians, training in financial literacy and assisting the financial services sector to enhance their products.

These donations will support the Big Koori Super Days Out – Indigenous community events to help first Australians find their lost super, consolidate accounts, and become educated about the benefits that super offers.

Despite more than 25 years of compulsory superannuation, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have poorer superannuation outcomes than non- Indigenous Australians – including significantly lower balances at retirement.

AIST is supporting the First Nations Foundation in line with its commitment to reconciliation and our mission to provide a better retirement outcome for all Australians.