Making super count for all

Emerging Leaders Networking: Thursday 5 April 2018, Melbourne

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Megan Bolton
Executive, Finance & Risk, HESTA


Stephen Huppert
Director, Stephen Huppert Consulting


Peter Stanhope
Co-Founder, gigSuper



Super is meant to be for everyone. But right now, there are some key groups in our community who aren’t super enthusiastic about the current structure. So how can we make it fairer?

Please join us at the first Emerging Leaders event of the year as industry leaders Stephen Huppert, Megan Bolton and Peter Stanhope explore such questions as:

  • What can we do to address the fact that women retire with super balances of almost 50 per cent less than men’s?
  • What about freelancers and changing work styles? How can super work for people with ‘bumpy’ incomes?

This is a great opportunity to hear a range of viewpoints on these critical issues, discuss the role that Emerging Leaders can play, and of course, to meet some young aspiring leaders of the future.

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Thursday 5 April 2018
6.00pm registration for 6.30pm start.
Concludes at 8.00pm


The Duke (The Duke of Wellington)
146 Flinders Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000
Wine Bar & Deck

Price (inc GST)

ASFA member: $40
Non-member: $50
Includes drinks and canapés


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CPD Points

This event qualifies for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point.


For all enquiries, contact ASFA Emerging Leaders.

Join the Emerging Leaders group

Emerging Leaders Membership is open to anyone who works in the superannuation industry and is under 40. It doesn’t cost anything to join.

To join the group, fill in the contact form.