THOUGHT LEADERS

Exploring the relationship between choice, empowerment and super

Bryce Doherty. managing director UBS Asset Management

As Bryce Doherty, managing director of UBS Asset Management explains, choice and engagement are intrinsically linked to superannuation in Australia. In this two-part series, Bryce speaks with Vanessa Stoykov about the impact choice has on investing, why he believes many Australians remain unengaged with their super until they reach retirement, and what steps the industry can implement to change this.

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What you'll learn /

The UBS Asset Management Thought Leaders course with Bryce Doherty will give you insights into:

 

How to drive investor engagement with superannuation
Why more Australians are choosing to set up self-manager superannuation funds (SMSFs)
The relationship between choice, super and engagement
Why people need to make super decisions earlier in life

About the expert /

Bryce Doherty /

managing director UBS Asset Management


Bryce Doherty has been the managing director of UBS Asset Management, Australia and New Zealand since 2013. In this role he is responsible for the management and strategic development of the institutional wholesale business. Prior to this, Bryce was head of wholesale for Australia and New Zealand at UBS Asset Management for two years. He has over 20 years’ experience in the investment industry and has held various roles including, Treasury analyst, investment writer, communications manager and business development manager.

  • CPD hours0.5
  • Knowledge AreaSUPERANNUATION
  • TypeTHOUGHT LEADERS
  • PriceFREE
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Outline of the course /

Exploring the relationship between choice, empowerment and super

In the first of two conversations with Vanessa Stoykov, Bryce Doherty, managing director of UBS Asset Management Australia and New Zealand, discusses the impact of choice on investing and the relationship between choice and increasing consumer engagement in superannuation.

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Can an increase in choice boost engagement?

For many Australians, engagement in superannuation remains low until they near retirement, which is often too late for them to experience the full benefit of their choices. In the second of two conversations with Vanessa Stoykov, Bryce Doherty, managing director of UBS Asset Management Australian and New Zealand, discusses the relationship between choice, super and engagement and why people need to be making super decisions earlier in life, as well as the reasons behind why Australians are truly setting up SMSFs.

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