After Hours Season 2 /

After Hours Season 2: CEOs of Super

Join Vanessa Stoykov and Managing Director of Orbis Investments, Jenny Josling, as they explore Australia's most important financial asset, superannuation. Featuring some of the biggest leaders in the superannuation industry, we tackle the conversations that need to happen.

 

 
10 Apr 2019

Living the life you deserve in retirement

Michael Dwyer, Chief Executive Officer, First State Super

In this episode, former CEO of First State Super Michael Dywer discusses the statistic that women currently retire on half the retirement savings as men its unacceptable. And what First State Super, who have two-thirds of their members being women are doing to improve the balance. 

10 Apr 2019

A new dawn for the industry

Michael Dwyer, Chief Executive Officer, First State Super

With 30 years experience in the superannuation industry and 14 as CEO of First State Super - former CEO Michael Dywer reflects on his journey, and why the people around will always be what contributes most to leadership success. 

03 Apr 2019

Deanne Stewart speaks on on the big issues in super

The industry is changing rapidly, so how do you continue to focus on what's great in super,  while adapting and not staying complacent at the same time? Deanne Stewart, CEO of First State Super reveals her thoughts. 

03 Apr 2019

Discovering the potential in others

In this episode, Vanessa Stoykov and Jenny Josling sit down with Deanne Stewart, CEO of First State Super. Deanne discusses what has been the secret to success in her career and how important it is to have great sponsors to guide you along the way. 

03 Apr 2019

The need for the diversity in leadership

CEO of LGIAsuper, Kate Farrar shares her journey and the value of diversity - from starting off with a music degree and translating into business and now running a $12 billion super fund. 

20 Mar 2019

The companies funds should be investing in

Running a $12 billion super fund with 80,000 members, no doubt has its challenges, especial when it comes to improving the member experience.

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Finding returns in the new investor reality

In this Secrets of the Money Masters CPD course, we meet Kate and Greg - a married couple looking for answers on how to reach their retirement goals. They have a good understanding of what they need, but are unsure about the steps they need to put in place to achieve it. In this new economic environment, especially post-COVID-19, how will they need to adapt their strategy?

Navigating modern family life

In this Secrets of the Money Masters CPD course, we meet Nina - a professional photographer who's just sold the family home following a difficult divorce. With four children to think about and an income stream that isn't guaranteed, what are the steps Nina needs to take to ensure she's financially secure?

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How to live for today without costing tomorrow

In this Secrets of the Money Masters CPD course, we talk to Kate and Tony - successful property investors who have already overcome serious challenges in life. But with the average Australian set to outlive their money by 11 years, and the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the world economy into chaos, how well-prepared are they for retirement?

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After Hours - the CTOs of Super

After Hours Season 5 - CTOs of Super explores the technology underpinning Australia’s superannuation system and how it’s being used to increase efficiency and deepen member engagement. On the flipside, the series also shines a light on how those technologies can be (and have been) exploited by criminals, and what the super sector can do about it.

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After Hours - the CTOs of Super

After Hours Season 5 - CTOs of Super explores the technology underpinning Australia’s superannuation system and how it’s being used to increase efficiency and deepen member engagement. On the flipside, the series also shines a light on how those technologies can be (and have been) exploited by criminals, and what the super sector can do about it.

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10 Apr 2019

A new dawn for the industry

With 30 years experience in the superannuation industry and 14 as CEO of First State Super - former CEO Michael Dwyer reflects on his journey, and why the people around will always be what contributes most to leadership success.