The Superfund industry is facing a tirade of ongoing change and upheaval from rapid technology advancements ,disruption and economic uncertainty to heightened member expectations, regulatory demands and intense scrutiny stemming from the Banking Royal Commission and Productivity Commission research findings.There is no time to waste but to fully accept and embrace today’s challenges and use technology and an innovativeway of thinking and working to deliver greater efficiencies, enhanced member engagement,a competitive edge and resilience.
This event, the third instalment in a successful series highlighting technology, innovation and disruption specifically in Superfunds, will take an in-depth look at the very latest technologies and innovative strategies that trailblazing FSI and Superfunds are implementing organisation wide and that are available to help other superfunds propel them forward on their digital transformation journeys. Over two jam packed days, thought leaders and industry practitioners will gather to share their insights via a series of case study presentations and panel discussions into highly relevant topic areas including:
Who should attend
An anticipated delegation consisting CEOs, CDO’s and CIO’s and managers ofSuperfunds, SMSFs, insurance companies, wealth and asset managers, IT, digital and agile consultants, academics, regulators, lawyers, compliance offers, member admin and investment operations managers, service providers, data analysts, scientists and researchers, fintech start-ups and innovators, digital marketers, innovation and design thinkers, risk managers, customer experience and engagement specialists, and other stakeholders.
Executive Manager, Distribution
Chief Engagement Officer
Chief Risk Officer Equip Super
Partner Deloitte Digital
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Those responsible for social and digital strategy across the public sector.
Including: Heads of Social Media, Head of Digital, Head of Communication and Engagement, Head of Community and Head of Innovation.