WIS VIC members were given the opportunity to meet and network with senior women of influence in the industry.
WIS ACT provided attendees an opportunity to network and discuss the potential for a housing price collapse and the wide-reaching implications if this were to materialise.
An intimate session that gave members the opportunity to engage with some of Adelaide’s most successful business and academic leaders and learn the secrets of their success.
WIS NSW provided members with an exclusive opportunity to meet with senior people of Influence to gain insights into how to succeed in the superannuation and financial services industry.
Karen Chester, Deputy Chair of the Productivity Commission, spoke about the draft report into Alternative Default Models for super, and how members and funds could be impacted if the recommendations are adopted.
An exclusive member-only training event with the talented Peter Fisher, Actor and Adjunct Member of the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) at UNSW Business School. The session focused on how to activate presence by developing a stronger understanding of the impact our physicality and voice can have on how others experience us.
Women in Super National Chair, Cate Wood presented on the topic of improving retirement outcomes for women at the COTA Tasmania Loose Change for Big Change luncheon.
WIS QLD held a lunch where Kajanga Kulatunga - Portfolio Specialist, NAB Asset Management discussed the role gender may play in decisions we make about money.
The Mavis Robertson Professional Development Scholarship for WIS VIC members is offered annually and allows successful applicants to attend a conference, complete a relevant training course or education program of their choice in Australia, up to a limit of $2,000 (including GST).
Ever wondered about the meaning behind the Women in Super logo colours? Their origins are deeply entrenched in Australian history.