Over 130 attendees gathered at Doltone House to hear Sally Loane, CEO of Financial Services Council present on what 2016 has in store for the superannuation industry and political landscape. Sally's speech is included in this post.
Adelaide leads the pack once again with a Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic first. In partnership with the Metropolitan Fire Service, the Mother's Day Classic launched Australia’s first operational PINK fire truck in January
In 2016 we will once again be offering the Fiona Reynolds Global Dialogue Scholarship.
This scholarship is worth $10,000 and will enable one WIS member to join the Global Dialogue conference and its delegates.
The Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic is an annual fun run and walk raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research. Our aim is to deliver a fun, healthy and inspirational event that brings the community together on Mother’s Day to support and remember those touched by breast cancer.
The 2016 event will take place on Sunday 8 May.
Women in Super welcomes the news that a bill to put an end to so-called “gag clauses” that prevent private sector employees talking about their salaries was introduced in parliament. We thank Sen. Larissa Waters for supporting a practical measure to do away with the secrecy that surrounds salaries.
WIS, AIST and ISA organised a briefing in Melbourne on Wednesday 29th October with Senator Jenny McAllister (Chair of the Senate Inquiry) directed at CEOs and Board members of the superannuation industry.
On 1 June 2015 the Indigenous Super Working Group (which includes Women in Super) held the inaugural Indigenous Superannuation Summit to build awareness, stimulate discussion and consider the many issues faced by Indigenous Australians within the superannuation system.
Read about the objectives of the working group and the summit report that details the objectives from the day.