7th Women in Banking & Financial Services Leadership Summit 2018


Pre-Summit Workshop: 27 February 2018
Summit: 28 February & 1 March 2018
Post-Summit Workshop: 2 March 2018
Location: Primus Hotel Sydney

The Banking and Financial Services is a fast paced, highly commercial and competitive environment. There is no doubt that women looking to move into leadership positions face additional challenges. Statistics show that while there is an even gender split in lower and mid-level roles, there is still a large disparity among senior positions. Succeeding as a leader in this field requires a broad suite of skills and an ability to overcome these challenges. 

The 7th Women in Banking and Financial Services Leadership Summit seeks to provide you with the tools to equip yourself to stand out and step into your desired career pathway. With the exceptional line-up of inspirational champions of the field, you will be able to network and hear inspirational stories on different roads to leadership. You will leave feeling inspired and equipped to overcome the inevitable difficulties on your career journey into leadership within the Banking and Financial Services industry. Secure your spot at this exceptional event today and unlock the potential of your talent pool tomorrow!

Explore:

  • Define yourself as a modern leader
  • Learn to lead confidently through change
  • Build confidence & command respect
  • Connect & network with industry elite 

Featured speakers include:  

  • Ainslie van Onselen  Managing Director,  RAMS Financial Group 
  • Tammy Medard  Head of Diversified Industrials,  ANZ Bank - Australia
  • Dayle Stevens  Divisional Chief Executive Officer, Support Services Technology,  National Australia Bank
  • Lee Hatton  Chief Executive Officer,  UBank
  • Jo Kearney  Chief of Corporate Affairs and Community,  Credit Union Australia 

 View the full speaker line up and program  

Contact us: 

  • Event Brochure :  http://bit.ly/2B2nQ5i
  • Phone: +61 2 8239 9711  
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