Indigenous Super Summit 2015

The Indigenous Super Summit - an initative of the Indigenous Superannuation Working Group - was a forum for the superannuation industry, Indigenous organisations, consumer bodies and government agencies to collaborate and debate the issues central to improving retirement outcomes for Indigenous communities. This event was held in National Reconciliation Week.

The focus of the Summit concentrated on access to superannuation benefits and products as well as engagement opportunities for the super industry with Indigenous superannuation consumers.

The objectives of the Summit were:

  • to raise awareness of the issues across the various stakeholder groups
  • to encourage a commitment to working on a small number of projects that will have an impact on outcomes for Indigenous consumers
  • to start an ongoing, informed discussion on the issues.

A write up of the day, including summaries of the discussion, key outcomes and action going forward is available in the Indigenous Super Summit Report.

For more details, contact the Chair of the Indigenous Superannuation Working Group, Eva Scheerlinck, Executive Manager – Leadership and Governance, AIST at escheerlinck@aist.asn.au

The 2015 Indigenous Super Summit was kindly supported and sponsored by PwC. 

Click here to download the 2015 Indigenous Super Infographic 


2015 Indigenous Super Summit Presentation Downloads

We would like to thank all our speakers who attended and presented at the 2015 Indigenous Super Summit.

You can watch all the action from the Opening Panel and Keynote Presentation here

Feel free to download our collection of the individual presentations from this year's successful summit below.

Please note: not all presentations are available due to owner discretion

Presentation Downloads

OPENING PANEL

  • Peter Daniel, Research Manager, Productivity Commission
  • Lyn Melcer, Head of Technical Services, Technology and Operations, QSuper

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION - Money, financial capability and wellbeing in Indigenous Australia

ACCESS TO SUPER SESSION PART # 1 - PRESENTATIONS

  • Jocelyn Furlan, Principal, Furlan Consulting 
  • Lena Rizk, Policy Manager - Retail Policy, Australian Bankers Association

ENGAGEMENT ON SUPERANNUATION PART # 1 - PRESENTATIONS

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