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The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees wishes to announce that its flagship event, the 2021 Conference of Major Super Funds (CMSF), is scheduled to take place from Tuesday, 18 May to Wednesday, 19 May 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
CMSF is the premier annual conference for Australia’s $1.4 trillion profit-to-member sector, attracting trustee directors, senior executives and other key stakeholders from industry funds, public-sector funds and corporate funds.
As delegates have come to expect from past CMSF events, next year’s two-day conference will cover all the major issues and challenges facing super funds and their members, including a full analysis of the broad ranging impact of the COVID crisis.
Assuming COVID restrictions have eased by next May and there is a safe environment to host a public event, CMSF will also provide a much-needed networking and idea-sharing opportunity for directors and fund staff across the profit-to-member who have been working in relative isolation.
At this stage, next year’s program is planned as a face-to-face event with the added option of digital access.
For further details, please contact AIST’s chief membership officer, Maryann Mannix-White at Mmannixwhite@aist.asn.au
22 July 2020