The second part of the Future Talk Season 2 CPD course sees Bryce Doherty interview industry leaders about the political landscape surrounding financial services. Occurring in the midst of COVID-19, the series aims to address how Australia’s changing economic circumstances are impacting the financial services industry, what the future holds for financial advice and whether there are better ways to serve the public and keep them engaged.
Future Talk Season 2 Part 2 with Bryce Doherty will give you insights into:
Could Australia learn from New Zealand's retirement system?
In this episode, FSC New Zealand CEO Richard Klipin discusses the interesting similarities - and key differences - between the retirement systems of Australia and New Zealand.01.
NZ vs Aus - advice, fees and policy
FSC New Zealand CEO Richard Klipin drills down into the differences in advice policy between Australia and New Zealand, and whether there are lessons both countries can take from one another.02.
What New Zealand's advice market tells us about Australia
FSC New Zealand CEO Richard Klipin talks about New Zealand's own wave of advice reforms and how they impacted the industry in that country.03.
How financial services collaborated with New Zealand's pandemic response
Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have differed throughout the world, with New Zealand often being singled out as particularly successful. FSC New Zealand CEO Richard Klipin talks about the specific characteristics of New Zealand that enabled it to handle the pandemic the way it did.04.
Government's role at the end of a 30-year growth cycle
Bryce talks to Senator Jane Hume about how the Morrison Government is responding to an Australian recession, and what's next.05.
How COVID hit retirement savings across generations
Senator Jane Hume discusses with Bryce the long-term implications of COVID-19 on Australia's retirement system - who's most at risk and what needs to change to ensure the system continues working.06.
Managing the side-effects of advice reforms
In this video, Bryce and Senator Jane Hume talk about the advice industry's past "sales culture" and the difficult road to professionalisation.07.
Why super has fallen behind retail banking
While Australia's banking system was quick to embrace new technologies, superannuation has been lagging behind. In this video, Bryce and Senator Jane Hume discuss ways the sector can catch up.08.
What advisers want from fintech
Bryce and Iress CEO Andrew Walsh take a look at the technology underpinning financial services, along with the new ideas coming out of Iress's hackathons and what advisers are looking for in fintech.09.
How can advice embrace blockchain?
While Iress CEO Andrew Walsh considers himself "skeptical of the blockchain cliche," he explains to Bryce how the technology could be used to bring down costs in advice and increase efficiency.10.
The super sector's biggest challenge
As a long-term investment many people don't understand, superannuation struggles with engaging its members. In this video, Bryce and Iress CEO Andrew Walsh talk about how the industry is trying to change that.11.
The new advice essentials
Bryce and Iress CEO Andrew Walsh talk about how COVID-19 has changed how advisers work, and why some of these changes will help the industry better prepare for a more digitised future.12.
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