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ASFA CONFERENCE 2024

19 - 21 November, ICC Sydney

Inspiring excellence

ASFA, the voice of super and the peak policy, research and advocacy body for Australia’s superannuation industry, has been bringing all sectors of the superannuation industry together under one roof at the ASFA Conference each year since 1962 for the sole purpose of improving retirement outcomes for members.

Today the ASFA Conference is one of the largest pensions events in the world, and the only event of its kind and scale in Australia. Delegates return annually to enhance their understanding of geopolitics, global economic dynamics, investment strategies, technological progress, international retirement frameworks, and the societal evolutions influencing superannuation and business practices.

A must-attend event for professionals working in super or connected industry partners and suppliers. It’s also home to one of the largest tradeshows in the world, the Super Expo, where delegates can view new products and services and meet all the exhibitors and innovators in person.

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Where new ideas take shape.
Innovation is unveiled.
New thinking inspired.
Boundaries pushed.
Partnerships made.
Change driven.
Member outcomes improved.

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Attend the ASFA Conference

19 - 21 November 2024, ICC Sydney

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2023 ASFA CONFERENCE

PLATINUM PARTNERS

Attend

Register as a delegate to access all Conference sessions and networking events.

Partner

Align your brand with the largest pensions event in the world. Packages available to suit every objective.

Exhibit

Showcase your products, thought leadership and services to the industry’s most senior representatives at the ASFA Super Expo.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

If a delegate can no longer attend the Conference, cancellations up to and including Friday 16 August 2024 will receive a full refund. Substitutions must be received in writing by Tuesday 12 November 2024. Read the full terms and conditions here.

Registration cannot be purchased for multiple parties. Delegates must always display their name badge. The conference runs over three days and we would hate for you to miss out on any of it.

Yes, but full payment must be received 30 days after receipt of invoice or at least 14 days prior to the event date, whichever date may fall first. Please be mindful that your registration is not confirmed until payment has been received.
All Ozaccom+ bookings (booked on the Conference event rate) include free cancellation seven days prior to your arrival date. All cancellations must be made in writing to Ozaccom+. Cancellations by telephone will not be accepted.
Travel insurance is recommended. You will need to organise this yourself and be aware of what your policy entails.

Visit the membership section of the ASFA website to check to see if your organisation is already a member, download an application if they are not. If you would like to speak to someone from the membership team, please call ASFA on 02 9264 9300 or 1800 812 798.

Yes, if you fill in the ‘special requirements’ section when you register, we’ll ensure special meals are prepared for you. Please allow four weeks’ notice before the event. On site you will be informed of where to collect your meals. Please note our focus is on providing dietary meals for those that have allergies, religious restrictions or follow specific diets (e.g. vegetarian, vegan). While we will endeavour to cater to delegate’s requests, it is not always possible for venues to cater to a delegate’s specific dietary palate.

Members can receive up to 27 CPD points based on their session attendance. This includes sessions watched on demand after the Conference.

If an individual is unable to attend the Conference due to illness/symptoms related to COVID-19, substitutions will be allowed at no cost. Read the full terms and conditions here.

No, delegates will need to make their own way from the airport to the ICC. Please refer to ICC website in regard to planning your trip.

Limited cloak room space is available at the ICC. We advise you to ask your hotel to store your luggage.

Conference attire is business casual. As room temperatures can/will vary, we recommend bringing a jacket. The dress code for the Conference closing event is cocktail for ladies and lounge suit (no tie) for men.

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Conference Committee

Chair: Linda Elkins

Partner, KPMG

Nicki Ashton

Managing Director, Senior Relationship Manager, Citi

Sara Bradford

Senior Manager, External Affairs, Aware Super

Enrico Burgio

Head of Public Policy, Rest

Nick Callil

Head of Retirement Solutions Australia, WTW

 

Craig Cummins

Partner, PwC Australia

Mary Delahunty

Chief Executive Officer, ASFA

Justine Earl-Smith

Commercial Director, ASFA

Stephen Freeborn

Partner, Deloitte

Tony Keir

Manager Content & Research, ASFA

Hayley Lyons

General Manager – Business Performance & Initiatives, QIC

Wendy Mak

Chief Marketing Officer, Link Group

Edwina Maloney

Group Executive for Platforms, AMP

Graeme Mather

Senior Investment Industry Executive

Craig Matthew

Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand, Pretium

Georgie Obst

General Manager Digital, HESTA

Maree Pallisco

Partner – National Superannuation Leader, Financial Services , EY

Anthony Schiavo

Senior Advisor, Client Engagement, Novigi

Wayne Sullivan

Director of Marketing and Business Development, Frontier

The ASFA Conference is proudly brought to you by the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), the peak policy, research and advocacy body for Australia’s superannuation industry.

ASFA respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which the ICC now stands. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and recognise their enduring contribution to the culture and spirit of the land.

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