Snapshot

Pre-Events: Tuesday 12 November 

2.00pm – 5.00pm Registration opens
3.00pm – 5.00pm Exhibitor bump-in
3.00pm – 6.30pm ASFA Leadership Symposium
KPMG
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.
  • Moshe A. Milevsky, Professor of Finance at Schulich School of Business, York University (Canada)
  • Prof Susan Thorp, Professor of Finance, Sydney University
  • Nick Callil, Head of Retirement Solutions, Australia, Willis Towers Watson and member, 2019 Conference Committee
  • Jacki Ellis, Portfolio Manager – Retirement Strategy, First State Super
  • Louise Aracas, Senior Product Manager, Retirement, AustralianSuper
  • Chair: Jeremy Cooper, Chairman Retirement Income at Challenger Limited

Venue partner
KPMG

Event partner
Challenger

Pre-Conference events are not included in the Conference registration fee.
Program times subject to change.

Day one: Wednesday 13 November

8.00am Registration opens
8.30am Super Expo opens
7.30am – 9.00am Pre-event VIP breakfast
Meeting rooms 219 & 220
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.

Partnered by
Salesforce

9.45am – 11.25am Official opening
Plenary 2
Welcome to Country
Chair’s welcome

Opening keynote: International relations and the global economy
Plenary 2

  • Sebastian Mallaby, Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow in International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations (UK)
  • The Hon. Julie Bishop
  • Facilitator: Annabel Crabb, Journalist, Commentator and Author

Opening keynote partner
Mercer

11.25am – 11.55am Keynote two: ASFA CEO address
Plenary 2
  • Dr Martin Fahy, Chief Executive Officer, ASFA
12.00pm – 12.55pm Opening lunch
Super Expo
Accreditation Luncheon
Meeting rooms 219 & 220
  • The Hon. Julie Bishop
  • Facilitator: Annabel Crabb, Journalist, Commentator and Author
1.05pm – 2.00pm Keynote three: The role of superannuation funds as shareholders
Plenary 2
  • Richard Goyder AO, Chairman, Woodside Petroleum, Qantas Airways and AFL Commission
  • Dr Martin Fahy, Chief Executive Officer, ASFA
2.00pm – 2.45pm Keynote four: Biology vs chronology
Plenary 2
  • Moshe A. Milevsky, Professor of Finance at Schulich School of Business, York University (Canada)
  • Facilitator: Jacqui Maddock, Manager – Content, Campaigns and Media, ASFA

2.50pm – 3.15pm

Afternoon tea
Super Expo
3.25pm – 4.15pm Keynote five: The elephant in the room: Trust
Plenary 2
  • Stephen Covey, Trust Expert, Executive Thought Leader and #1 Bestselling Author (USA)
  • Facilitator: Andrew Boal (Fellow of ASFA), Chief Executive Officer, Rice Warner and Chair, 2019 Conference Committee
4.15pm – 5.25pm Keynote six: Change your mindset. Change the world!
Plenary 2
  • Kath Koschel, Founder, Kindness Factory
  • Michael Crossland, Inspirational Speaker, International Best-Selling Author and Peak Performance Coach
  • Facilitator: Andrew Boal (Fellow of ASFA), Chief Executive Officer, Rice Warner and Chair, 2019 Conference Committee
5.30pm – 6.30pm Networking Drinks
Super Expo

Program times subject to change.

Day two: Thursday 14 November 

6.30am – 7.45am Move Well session
7.00am – 8.10am Women in Super Breakfast
Meeting rooms 212 & 213
8.00am Registration and Super Expo opens
8.30am – 9.40am Parallel 1A: Global Pensions Summit: Pension policy in the age of populism Workshop: Building super solutions with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®
Meeting room 211
Numbers for this session are limited. Pre-registration is required.
Parallel 1B: Winning members’ hearts and minds
Parallel 1C: How behavioural economics links with health and wealth
Parallel 1D: Living in a world of radical transparency: Developing a framework to embrace change
Parallel 1E: Managing a crisis when the stakes are high
Dialogue in the Dark Session One
Numbers for this session are limited. Pre-registration is required.
9.50am – 11.00am Parallel 2A: How Cricket Australia and the AFL went from good to great
Parallel 2B: Global instability and the Australian economy
Parallel 2C: Out of the Blue: A story about mental health and suicide awareness
Parallel 2D: Remuneration and reward: Do you get what you pay for?
11.10am – 11.35am Morning tea
Super Expo
11.45am – 12.55pm Parallel 3A: Top strategic thinkers uncensored on the future of super
Parallel 3B: Insurance in Super: Is it appropriate, affordable, and fair?
Parallel 3C: How to leverage data for digital transformation
Parallel 3D: Silicon Valley’s private market machine
Parallel 3E: A workshop with Amanda Stevens
Dialogue in the Dark Session Two
Numbers for this session are limited. Pre-registration is required.
1.05pm – 1.55pm Lunch
Super Expo
ASFA Committee and Council Lunch
Meeting room 211
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.
2.05pm – 3.15pm Parallel 4A: To be confirmed
Parallel 4B: The perils of misreading changing customer preferences
Parallel 4C: Culture. Easy to see, hard to describe
Parallel 4D: What’s keeping CIOs awake at night?
Parallel 4E: Driving the sustainability agenda
Dialogue in the Dark Session Three
Numbers for this session are limited. Pre-registration is required.
3.25pm – 3.50pm Afternoon tea
Super Expo
ASFA Annual General Meeting
Meeting room 211
ASFA members invited.
4.00pm – 5.10pm Parallel 5A: Building trust in a post truth world
Parallel 5B: Investment in an era of climate change
Parallel 5C: National Risk and Compliance Discussion Group
Parallel 5D: To be confirmed
Parallel 5E: Converting your culture to a strategic asset
4.00pm – 5.30pm Exhibitor bump-out
7.00pm – midnight ASFA Conference Dinner
Melbourne Room

Partnered by
Mercer

Program times subject to change.

Day three: Friday 15 November 

7.15am – 8.45am Christians in Super Breakfast
Mercer
8.00am Registration opens
Melbourne Room foyer
8.30am – 9.00am Keynote seven: Turning up the heat on improving member outcomes
Melbourne Room
  • Helen Rowell, Deputy Chairman, APRA
9.00am – 9.35am Keynote eight: Minister’s address
Melbourne Room
9.35am – 10.15am Keynote nine: Inspiring creativity
Melbourne Room
  • Fredrik Härén, Author on business creativity and change (Singapore)
  • Facilitator: Glen McCrea, Chief Policy Officer and Deputy CEO, ASFA
10.15am – 10.45am Morning tea
Melbourne Room foyer
10.50am – 12.10pm Keynote ten: Supporting creativity: Emotional agility and personal resilience
Melbourne Room
  • Susan David, Psychologist and Author of Emotional Agility (USA)
  • Jill Klein, Professor of Marketing, Melbourne Business School and Professorial Fellow in Medical Education, Melbourne Medical School
  • Facilitator: Scott Hartley (Fellow of ASFA), Chief Executive Officer, Sunsuper and member, 2019 Conference Committee
12.10pm – 2.00pm Grand Finale Lunch: Mind over matter
Melbourne Room
  • Dylan Alcott OAM, Paralympic Gold Medallist, TV Presenter, Radio Broadcaster and Charity Founder
  • Todd Sampson, Adventurer, Award-winning Documentary-maker, Television Presenter and Businessman

Partnered by
Integrity Life

Program times subject to change.