• WEBINAR: University of Melbourne — Does the audit market need more regulation?


    UTS distinguished professor of accounting Stephen Taylor will present his research on the regulation of audit firms. He will compare past regulatory intervention with proposed actions, and ask whether such actions are based on solid evidence, or are primarily dependent on “intuitive beliefs” promoted by politicians, regulators and the financial press. More details here. Date: September 30, 12pm Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: AIST — APRA and ASIC update


    As part of AIST's Trustee Forum series, APRA deputy chair Helen Rowell and ASIC commissioner Danielle Press will provide updates on a range of issues in superannuation. More details here. Date: September 30, 2pm to 3pm Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: Women in Super — Investing through an ESG lens


    A panel of Australian Council of Superannuation Investors ESG analyst Jodie Barns, HESTA senior responsible investment adviser Akaash Sachdeva, Cbus head of research for internal global equities Allison Van Lint and AMP Capital senior sustainable investment analyst Camille Wynter will discuss the state of ESG in superannuation. More details here. Date: September 30, 12pm to 1pm Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: European Banking Federation — High-level dialogue, European banking beyond the pandemic


    Keynotes from ECB Single Supervisory Mechanism chair Andrea Enria and EBF president Jean Pierre Mustier will be followed by a panel debate with European Banking Authority chair José Manuel Campa and European Commission director general for financial stability, financial services and capital markets union John Berrigan. More details here. Date: October 1, 11pm to 12.30am Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: AIST — Fit and proper testing of directors, the Dutch experience


    As part of AIST's Trustee Forum series, Dutch Central Bank head expert for fit and proper testing Gert-Jan Duitman, SPO director Mark de Wijs and Pensioenfonds Detailhandel chair André Snellen will discuss how Dutch regulators have added a new layer of rigour to overseeing trustee director capability and appointments to pension fund boards, and what this might mean for super funds in Australia. More details here. Date: October 6, 5pm to 6pm Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: ASFA — 2020 budget briefing


    EY Oceania chief economist Jo Masters, ASFA CEO Martin Fahy, finance commentator Michael Pascoe and AMP chief economist Shane Oliver will analyse what the budget means for Australia's economy, including its impact on the superannuation industry. More details here. Date: October 7, 11am to 12.15pm Location: Online

  • Paris EUROPLACE international finance forum

    Paris, France

    Focusing on the economic recovery from Covid-19 and the future of payments in Europe, this conference features Société Générale chair Lorenzo Bini-Smaghi, BNP Paribas chair Jean Lemierre, HSBC Europe CEO Nuno Matos, Goldman Sachs chief economist Alain Durre and European Central Bank director-general for market infrastructure and payments Ulrich Bindseil. More details here. Date: October 7 Location: Pavillon Gabriel, Paris, France

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