Workplace Savings and LIT pathway

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August 8, 2022

Curated by our Workplace Savings Committee, we kick off the day with a breakfast session delving into ESG and workplace schemes with John Berry, then alongside the main plenary we have a session looking into real-life learnings facing the sector and then a choice of focus on investment or diversity and inclusion.

We offer a one-day only ticket for those wanting to follow the Workplace Savings and LIT pathway on 22 September.


Sessions and times

Breakfast 7.15AM - 8.30AM

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.

 8.45AM - 10.35AM

Main Plenary 

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.

11.05AM - 12.30PM

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

Breakout session 1.30PM 

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.


Breakout session 2.30PM - 3.30PM

Real-life learnings for Trustees

“Pot pouri” session, examining real life learnings for trustees of restricted schemes, from climate disclosure to CoFI, and decumulation to privacy policy.


Don't forget there are many more breakfast, plenary, breakout and lunch sessions across the conference in the life, health, investment and funds, KiwiSaver and retirement and professional advice sectors.