26 May 2021

Can an industry oath go public?

UBS Asset Management

Cris Parker discusses the Banking and Finance Oath and why it represents an opportunity to not just claim ethical behaviour but actually demonstrate what that means in practice.

26 May 2021

The ethics of global business

UBS Asset Management

Cris Parker explains the importance of purpose - the "why" - in financial services, and how that's compatible with traditional measures of success in the industry.

26 May 2021

Ethics and how advisers get a bum wrap

UBS Asset Management

The Ethics Centre's Cris Parker shines a light on the flaws in the way many people think about ethics in their profession. She discusses what the Royal Commission revealed about how ethics should be embedded into processes and business models from the get-go, rather than being treated like a "bolt-on" or ancillary consideration. Watch the next episode here. 

17 May 2021

Super and politics

UBS Asset Management

Liz Hastilow discusses the changes needed for the long-term sustainability of Australian wealth - from regulatory "quick fixes" to the ongoing project of ensuring there's a healthy and growing advice sector to help people manage their finances. 

17 May 2021

The challenge of global ownership

UBS Asset Management

Liz Hastilow explains the balance that comes into play when working with offshore partners and investors while managing the regulatory framework and obligations in Australia.

17 May 2021

The moving parts of Australian funds management

UBS Asset Management

First Sentier Investors managing director Liz Hastilow looks back on 2020 and why the events of last year demonstrated the importance of active management.

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Finding returns in the new investor reality

In this Secrets of the Money Masters CPD course, we meet Kate and Greg - a married couple looking for answers on how to reach their retirement goals. They have a good understanding of what they need, but are unsure about the steps they need to put in place to achieve it. In this new economic environment, especially post-COVID-19, how will they need to adapt their strategy?

Navigating modern family life

In this Secrets of the Money Masters CPD course, we meet Nina - a professional photographer who's just sold the family home following a difficult divorce. With four children to think about and an income stream that isn't guaranteed, what are the steps Nina needs to take to ensure she's financially secure?

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How to live for today without costing tomorrow

In this Secrets of the Money Masters CPD course, we talk to Kate and Tony - successful property investors who have already overcome serious challenges in life. But with the average Australian set to outlive their money by 11 years, and the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the world economy into chaos, how well-prepared are they for retirement?

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After Hours - the CTOs of Super

After Hours Season 5 - CTOs of Super explores the technology underpinning Australia’s superannuation system and how it’s being used to increase efficiency and deepen member engagement. On the flipside, the series also shines a light on how those technologies can be (and have been) exploited by criminals, and what the super sector can do about it.

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After Hours - the CTOs of Super

After Hours Season 5 - CTOs of Super explores the technology underpinning Australia’s superannuation system and how it’s being used to increase efficiency and deepen member engagement. On the flipside, the series also shines a light on how those technologies can be (and have been) exploited by criminals, and what the super sector can do about it.

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12 May 2021

Super’s role in society

Debby Blakey weighs up the dual challenges of committing to ESG in super - the circumstances where a fund can promote change by remaining invested in companies and when it's more appropriate to divest. Watch the next episode here.