Kirsten Mander, chair of legalsuper, speaks to Alice Uribe and reflects on her first year in the job as she prepares to tackle a challenging 2019.
What are the opportunities and chance for change to come out of disruption?
As a chair, you are faced with balancing independence, skills and diversity, setting fund strategy, conducting performance reviews, getting the best out of the board and maintaining a long-term view, just to name a few - while maintaining a collaborative and productive relationship with your CEO to implement the strategy.
The eighth annual Investment Magazine Chair Forum is the only conference tailored to discussion and education specifically for the needs of superannuation chairs and investment committee chairs. It aims to address how super fund and investment committee chairs can chairs balance their increasing range of responsibilities.
Please note: The conference is intended for superannuation fund and investment committee chairs.
Great content. High-calibre speakers.Steve BracksChair, Cbus Super
Very good discussion to have with peers at this time, just ahead of the release of the royal commission report.David HartleyChair, investment committee, Australian Catholic Superannuation Fund
The chance to discuss key issues with peers and experts – in a closed setting was most beneficialDanny CaseyChair, Catholic Super
As always, good coverage of contemporary and relevant issues.Terry BurkeChair, QIEC Super
This is a great event – quality of discussion and conference get better each time I goNicole SmithFormer chair, MLC
This is the best superannuation conference held in Australia. It has a consistently high standard every year.Michael RiceDirector, State Plus
The bringing together of the high-calibre people governing superannuation in Australia and the frankness of the discussions.Gerard ParlevlietChair, investment committee, Prime Super