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What is the future of super?

Three industry leaders from investment, technology and the boardroom share their thoughts.


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Dr Sally Auld, Head of Economics Research and FX and Fixed Income Strategy, Australia and New Zealand, J.P. Morgan

Sally is Head of economic research and market strategy for Australia and New Zealand at J.P. Morgan. She is responsible for views on the Antipodean economic and policy outlook and formulates the bank’s views on Antipodean interest-rate and FX markets. Previously, Sally was co-head of economics and interest-rate research at ANZ. She started her career as an interest-rate strategist at Credit Suisse.

Sally holds a Bachelor of Economics with First Class Honours and the University Medal from the University of Sydney and a D.Phil in Economics from Oxford University. Sally is a deputy chair of the governing council of the Women’s College, within the University of Sydney.

Dee McGrath, Chief Executive Officer, Retirement & Superannuation Solutions, Link Group

Dee McGrath is Chief Executive Officer, Retirement & Superannuation Solutions, Link Group globally.  In this role, Dee is responsible for the company’s growth, global strategy & client engagement.

With more than 20 years’ experience working across financial services, technology and consulting, Dee is a strategic leader who is passionate about clients, building high performing teams and creating personalized experiences to help connect clients with their assets.

Prior to this role, Dee was the Managing Partner, IBM Global Business Services for Australia and New Zealand with responsibility for IBM’s consulting, professional services and digital businesses.  Also held the role of Vice President, Financial Services, IBM Asia Pacific and was a member of the board of IBM Australia.

In these roles Dee brought together a portfolio of deep industry expertise and world-class digital, cognitive and cloud solutions to help clients digitally reinvent and solve complex business challenges.

Dee has also held a number of senior roles including, Vice President & Head of Client Relationship Management at Visa, HP Enterprise Services as Vice President, Financial Services Industry and senior management positions at National Australia Bank including leading the Consumer & Commercial Cards business.

Dee is a member of the advisory board for Women in Payments, Director of numerous Link Group entities and is a member of Chief Executive Women.

The Hon. Nicola Roxon, Chair, HESTA

Nicola Roxon was appointed Chair of the HESTA Board of Directors on 1 January 2019, having held other board roles for the last 6 years. Past roles include Chair of Cancer Council Australia and Chair of Bupa (Australia and New Zealand). Her particular expertise lies in highly regulated industries, government, health and the not-for-profit sector.

Nicola’s other current Non-Executive Director roles are at listed property businesses Dexus and Lifestyle Communities.

Prior to these roles Nicola was a Labor politician and served as Australia’s first female Attorney-General. She was Minister for Health and Ageing from 2007-2011. She maintains her close interest in the health sector and is a passionate advocate for women.

Nicola is a lawyer by training and holds a Bachelor of Arts/Law LLB (Hons) from the University of Melbourne.


Ali Moore, Journalist and Broadcaster

Ali Moore has more than 25 years experience as a journalist and broadcaster, working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Australia's Nine Network, and for the BBCs global news network, based in Singapore. She has covered major news and current affairs events across the region, reporting from Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China.

In her more than two decades as a broadcaster Ali has interviewed key decision makers from a range of companies, industries and political theatres. Her previous roles include ABC China Correspondent, host of Australia's premier late night TV current affairs program (Lateline), and anchor of some of the country's key business news programs (Business Sunday, Lateline Business). She is now a freelance broadcaster and journalist.

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