Growing financial confidence & wellbeing in Aotearoa

Concurrent Breakfast Sessions

  7.15AM - 8.30AM

Your choice of specialised breakfast sessions to kick of the second day at the FSC Conference 2022. There's a focus on FinTech, Women in Super or Regulation to choose from.

TRUSTEES CEO FORUM
ESG & WORKPLACE SAVINGS

Trustees CEO Forum

In this session, we invite the CEOs representing New Zealand’s licensed Trustee Corporations to debate the issues facing investor confidence in New Zealand’s financial markets.

ESG & Workplace Savings

Designed for those working in the workplace savings and restricted schemes sector, John Berry leads this session and shines a light on ESG, through the workplace savings lens, debating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and challenges for Licensed Independent Trustees (LITs) of workplace savings schemes.


Main Plenary

  8.45AM - 10.35PM

Welcome back to day 2 main plenary, with keynote political speaker Nicola Willis, Deputy Leader of the National Party and industry panelists on the main platform.

WELCOME
POLITICAL KEYNOTE 2
PANEL DISCUSSION 3
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 4

Welcome to Day 2

  8.45AM - 9.00AM

Join Thursday's MC, who will outline the highlights of the day and welcome delegates back to day 2.

Political Keynote 2 and Fireside Chat

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  9.00AM - 9.30AM

In our second Political Keynote, we welcome insights pre and post pandemic, and a look toward Aotearoa 2025 with Deputy Leader of the National Party, Nicola Willis. Following the presentation will be a fireside chat to delve deeper into the key issues.

Panel Discussion 3

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  9.30AM - 10.20AM

Growing the financial wellbeing of New Zealanders

Following the theme of the conference, this panel will debate how the industry can help grow the financial wellbeing of New Zealanders, including campaigns and activities targeted and their effectiveness.

In the Spotlight 4

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  10.20AM - 10.35AM

Voices of Hope

We are delighted to continue to support The Voices of Hope, our conference charity for the fifth year. Hear from the founders about their latest work in this ted-talk style session.


  10.35AM - 11.05AM   Morning Tea

Time to stretch your legs, grab a coffee and meet the conference sponsors in the exhibition area.

 

This year we are proud to be promoting tech firms in our sector disrupting and changing our thinking through tech, as well as Made In New Zealand where we are supporting local producers in the Made In New Zealand marketplace. 

 


  11.05AM - 12.30PM

The next session of the morning welcomes regulatory keynote speaker Christian Hawkesby, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te Pūtea Matua, and industry panelists on the main platform.

REGULATORY KEYNOTE 2
PANEL DISCUSSION 4
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 5

Regulatory Keynote 2 and Fireside Chat

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  11.05AM - 11.35AM

Outlook 2025 with RBNZ Deputy Governor, Christian Hawkesby, followed by a fireside chat with business editor Liam Dann, to delve further into the key issues raised.

Panel Discussion 4

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  11.35AM - 12.15PM

Pundits Panel: Aotearoa, where to from here?

This session invites leading New Zealand journalists and industry leaders to the stage in a debate of the key issues in the sector from their perspectives.

In the Spotlight 5

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  12.15PM - 12.30PM

FSC Code of Conduct.... three years on

The Financial Services Council launched the Code of Conduct in 2019. In this ted-talk style session, we look into how the Code has developed as an industry benchmark.


  12.30PM - 1.30PM  Lunch

Mix and mingle in the exhibition area with Tech Alley and visit the Made In New Zealand marketplace over lunch.

 


Breakout Sessions

  1.30PM - 2.30PM

We welcome experts in our third sector specific breakout sessions, we are pleased to offer specialist panels covering Life and Health Insurance, Investment and KiwiSaver, Workplace Savings and our conference theme sessions, Growing.

INVESTMENT 3
LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE 2
GROWING 2

Investment 3

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Value for money and getting the best outcomes for consumers

Paul Gregory, Director Investment Management and Acting Director, Capital Markets at the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) leads the debate in the session about value for money and getting the best outcomes for NZ consumers.

 

Life & Health Insurance 2

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How does the life/health sector manage mental health underwriting, claims and prevention?

Our expert panel debate this Life/Health cross sector shared learnings panel on how we underwrite mental health conditions.

Growing 2

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Generation Rent - what's the future hold?

Following FSC research into the 18-39 year old age group, join our Generation Renters panel to discuss 'The Future of Generation Rent'.


  2.30PM - 3.30PM

In the last breakout specialist sessions, we welcome experts in our third sector specific breakout sessions, we are pleased to offer specialist panels covering Life and Health Insurance, Investment and KiwiSaver, Workplace Savings and our conference theme sessions, Growing.

INVESTMENT 4
LIFE INSURANCE 2
HEALTH INSURANCE 2
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
WORKPLACE SAVINGS 1

Investment 4

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Preparing for 2050: Is KiwiSaver fit for purpose?

Here we examine KiwiSaver and debate the need for reviewing and updating, in the session 'Preparing KiwiSavers for 2050. Is KiwiSaver fit for purpose?'

 

Life Insurance 2

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Meet the Reinsurance CEO’s – What are the big themes and trends in reinsurance?

In this final life insurance focused session, we invite the reinsurer CEOs to talk about what's big and what's coming in reinsurance.

Health Insurance 2

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Long COVID impact and pressures on the New Zealand health system

Building Resilience and maintaining wellbeing in a post-Lockdown world is the topic for the panel in our final conference themed breakout.

Diversity & Inclusion

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Where to next? Developing a diverse and inclusive sector

The Financial Services Council founded the Diversity & Inclusion committee to begin to challenge how the industry is represented and how different groups are integrated in the sector.  This session looks at progress to date and plans for the future.

Workplace Savings

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Real-life learnings for Trustees

“Pot pouri” session with Mike Woodbury, Consultant, Chapman Tripp and Alasdair McBeth, DLA Piper, examining real life learnings for trustees of restricted schemes, from climate disclosure to CoFI, and decumulation to privacy policy.


  3.30PM - 4.00PM Afternoon Tea

Time to stretch your legs again, grab afternoon tea and meet the conference sponsors in the exhibition area before heading to the sundowner main platform session.

This year we are proud to be promoting tech firms in our sector disrupting and changing our thinking through tech, as well as Made In New Zealand where we are supporting local producers in the Made In New Zealand marketplace. 


Sundowner Sessions

  4.00PM - 4.45PM

Join us back in the main platform for the conference close sundowner sessions.

KEYNOTE 2
CONFERENCE WRAP

Keynote 2

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  4.00PM - 4.30PM

In our most highly rated sessions at past conferences, we invite to the stage the second of our two inspiration keynote speakers, to take us on a tour of the financial services sector and challenge us to think more broadly.

Conference Wrap and Close

  4.30PM - 4.45PM

To close out the day, our MC takes us through their highlights of the conference as we close the event.