The Financial Services Council (FSC) will host its first-ever Trans-Tasman Strategic Leaders Summit for regulators, politicians, economists, and senior industry leaders across Asia-Pacific.
The summit will span two-and-a-half days and discuss the key issues and opportunities facing the financial sector, including policy direction and consumer trends in 2024 and helping Australasian businesses build a better sector.
“The financial services sectors of both Aotearoa and Australia are excited to be hosting this program. Building on the strong bilateral ties between our two countries is one of the key areas of focus,” said FSC New Zealand CEO Richard Klipin. “With this inaugural summit, we are looking to build a Trans-Tasman financial services dialogue that shapes our common interests and showcases the best thinking and innovation that helps to build a strong and cohesive community.”
“The programme, tailored for senior financial services executives from both sides of the Tasman, will cover superannuation and Kiwisaver, funds management, insurance, and financial advice and bring industry leaders together for a unique networking and thought-leadership experience,” said Blake Briggs, CEO of FSC Australia.
The Trans-Tasman Strategic Leaders Summit will be held from March 4-6, 2024, in Auckland, New Zealand.
Industry participants are curating the summit to ensure delegates gain access, knowledge, and practical insights into their shared issues in Asia Pacific. Topics will include:
The summit will also provide partnership opportunities for organisations to showcase their latest software, products, and technical solutions to the financial services industry.
The FSC will announce the speakers and political, regulatory, and industry leading insights before the event.