SOLD OUT: Lunch and Learn Wellington

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April 8, 2024

We look forward to seeing you for a special one-hour lunch event with guest Retirement Commissioner Jane Wrightson for the Wellington financial services sector. 

Grab quick lunchtime insights and connect with the financial services sector at our newest event series Lunch & Learn, with the first kicking off in Wellington.

There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and network with the industry.

 Date: Tuesday 21 May
Time: 1pm - 2pm
Venue: Chapman Tripp, Level 6 20 Customhouse Quay, Wellington CBD

A light lunch will be served.

This event is now sold out.


Jane Wrightson
Retirement Commissioner, Te Ara Ahunga Ora | The Retirement Commission

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In late 2022, Retirement Commissioner Jane Wrightson was appointed by the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs for a second term, expiring early 2026. 

Jane Wrightson is focused on principled retirement policies that take a long-term view, so that the wellbeing of older New Zealanders is enhanced. The journey towards retirement – which means different things to different people – is a long one, so easy access to relevant and motivating financial information is crucial to help people on their way.

Jane’s advocacy interests are in the economic wellbeing of older New Zealanders, equity, and ensuring evidence-based data is readily available to contribute to what can sometimes be heated debate. She has appointed an Advisory Board to support her in ensuring advocacy is forward-focused, independent, and principled. The board's members are independent directors Alison O'Connell and David McLean, digital entrepreneur Kendall Flutey, and economist Paul Conway.

Jane has had a long leadership career, primarily in media entities, and holds other governance roles. She is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors.