Sydney Startup Hub Level 2/11 York St
Sydney NSW 2000
- CPD hour(s)
- 2 hour(s)
- Individual Member
- Group (5) Member
- Individual Member Guest
- Group (5) Non-Member
- Individual Non-Member
NSW Current and Future Leaders 2023
- Personal & Professional Development
- CPD: 2 Hour(s)
It's not every day that you get to meet and have an in-depth conversation about your career with some of the most highly regarded financial leaders in Australia.
Great careers are built on more than just hard work. They’re defined by how well we handle adversity and navigate change and are shaped by the choices you make along the way.
Here’s your chance to learn from the very best in the industry. At Current & Future Leaders you’ll talk directly to some of Australia’s most experienced senior leaders about your career, the industry, and how to make the best choices for your future.
How it works
At each table there will be a small group of young professionals and one experienced leader. You’ll have the opportunity to talk about your career, receive valuable advice about how to make the most of the opportunities ahead of you and listen to what challenges your peers are currently facing.
Throughout the night you will have the opportunity to change tables, giving you the chance to get a range of different perspectives and meet with fellow attendees. With two networking sessions you’ll also have time to search out and pick the brains of the senior leaders you admire as well as build your network with peers.
Why you should attend
Our Current & Future Leaders event allows young professionals to build their skills in leadership, rapport building, collaboration and networking with the opportunity to exchange ideas.
With thanks to our major sponsor
And support sponsor
More leaders to be announced soon.
Participants may be able to apply 2 hours towards meeting their annual continuing professional development obligations. It is the individual's obligation to determine relevance of CPD to their license conditions.
Joseph is a career international banker. He has held executive positions at NAB, ANZ, CIBC World Markets, Citibank and Lloyds Bank. As Group Executive/Divisional CEO, NAB Business Banking from 2008-14, Joseph was responsible for leading Australia’s largest and most profitable Business Bank - SME, Corporate and Institutional banking franchises - as well as Private Banking and the banks Asian operations. A member of the Group Executive Committee, the Group Risk Committee and Group Asset and Liability Committee (ALCO).
At ANZ from 2000-4, Joseph developed a ‘Wall St. to Main St.’ strategy bringing advisory and private equity capabilities to the SME market. From 2004-7, Joseph was ANZ’s Managing Director, Global Client Relationships. Joseph spent 12 years at Citi, where he had extensive credit and market risk training and held senior risk management roles. Joseph has deep customer, risk and business management experience, together with success in starting new businesses.
Joseph holds a MSc (Finance), MBA, MSc International Management (China), MA in Contemporary Chinese Studies, MSc in Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Mental Health, and MBA (Banking) degrees from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London Business School, the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Kings College London and University of Nottingham in Ningbo China. Joseph is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Fellow at FINSIA and has authored three books: ‘Corporate Governance & Shareholder Wealth Creation’ (2003), ‘Chinese Firms Going Global – Can They Succeed? (2018) and ‘Breaking the Banks – What went wrong with Australia’s banking?’ (2019). Joseph was an Adjunct Professor at University of Queensland Business School (2015-19) and was a member of the expert panel advising the Deans of Australian Universities on finance course content at Bachelor and Master Degree levels. He was a Director of Football Federation Australia (FFA) from 2010-2018 and has five international football caps for Scotland at youth level. Joseph is a Director of the Australian Finance Industry Association (AFIA).
Samantha Clarke, SA FIN, is a committee member on the FINSIA NSW/ACT Regional Council and has been a member of FINSIA since 2018. Samantha is the Co-Founder and CEO of Advice RegTech and is an industry recognised expert in financial services policy and regulatory technology. Advice RegTech’s Supervision and Monitoring Intelligence software (the SAMI platform) is used by Australian financial services organisations for good governance, risk and compliance efficiency and effectiveness. At the FinTech Business Awards 2019, the SAMI software was awarded Compliance Innovator of the Year. SAMI was also demonstrated at the ASIC RegTech symposiums including the inaugural RegTech demonstration event, the Financial Advice File Review event, and the Responsible Lending RegTech event.
Nathan Krieger serves as Dimensional’s Co-Head of Client Group, Australia. Together with Kevin Kandasamy, Nathan sets the strategic direction for Dimensional’s client business in Australia and New Zealand.
He joined Dimensional in 2004 as a Regional Director, forging strong and productive relationships with Australian and New Zealand businesses and helping them build client-centric investment solutions on the sound foundation of financial science. Before joining Dimensional, Nathan gained extensive experience in financial services, holding positions as a client development manager at BT Financial Group, as an advisor consultant at MLC Investments, and managing a trading team at Commonwealth Securities. Nathan holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM). He has a graduate diploma in applied finance and investment from the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA) and remains affiliated with the institute as a fellow. He earlier graduated from Macquarie University, Sydney, with a bachelor of commerce
Lisa Wade is the CEO of DigitalX Limited (ASX: DCC), a digital investment management company operating at the intersection of technology and finance.
She has over 30 years of experience in finance and financial markets, and a strong background in blockchain project development and funds management. Prior to her role at DigitalX, Lisa served as the Head of Digital Innovation & Sustainability at National Australia Bank (NAB), she has also held positions at The ESCOR Group and Citigroup. In addition to her professional roles, Lisa has been actively involved in promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace through her involvement as the Co-Chair of the NAB Pride Group
Navinesh Chand is Managing Director of Synpulse, an international financial services management consulting firm. Prior to his appointment at Synpulse, he led the Customer Experience and Digital Strategy efforts of Infosys Consulting, as a Senior Principal.
Chand brings over 18 years of experience in consulting and in-house leadership roles across Australia and the United Kingdom with particular focus on customer experience, innovation, and digital strategy. His career has seen him work in consulting at Partners in Performance, KPMG and Deloitte, as well as financial services industry players CBA, UBS, and Westpac.
Alongside his role at Synpulse, Chand is also actively involved in advising startups, helping not-for-profit organisations, and working closely with universities and business schools on digital strategy and innovation.
Sharon Williams is a personal branding expert and regular speaker to universities, graduates, experts and even high calibre CEO’s with over 27 years experience. She was the first to launch her own trademarked and award-winning personal branding offering, TaurusProfile™. She’s lived through a number of crises and even in the darkest moments has come out the other side. She has seen these moments as opportunities to strengthen focus, tenacity and of course the key is - to never give up – values which helped shape Taurus today.
Matt has led the way in financial services recruitment for over 15 years. With a background in investment consulting and funds management, Matt is highly sought for his unrivalled industry knowledge and extensive connections. Matt holds strong relationships with c-level executives, human resource leaders and the very best in industry talent across funds management, investment consulting and superannuation.
Matt is known for uncompromising dedication and energy in his work. With a commitment to excellence in professional standards, Matt has a continued-on servicing industry participants through sponsoring, presenting, mentoring and advisory positions with FINSIA, CFA, AIST, and RCSA.
Rachel has 20 years of business leadership experience within industry and professional associations and the financial services sector. With a background in digital and traditional communications, media, marketing, sales, partnerships, product management, and events, she has implemented effective organisational strategies and coached teams to excellence.
Her key roles in Cuscal, St George Bank, Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), and Governance Institute of Australia has shown her the importance of careful investment and good governance.
Rachel has a Master of Business Administration (Executive), a Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance and Risk Management (Chartered Governance Professional), and a Bachelor of Business (Industrial Relations). She is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia
Camilla R. Love GAICD, F FIN
GAICD, F.FIN. MBA (Exec), B.A, B.Com, Dip Fin Advising, M. Applied Finance, Dip. Company Directors.
Camilla is a Director at Perennial Investment Management Limited and was the Managing Director of their active ETF boutique, eInvest, between 2017 and 2022. Camilla is also a Director at Perennial Private Ventures GP LP Pty Ltd, governing Perennial’s venture capital limited partnership.
Over the twenty years she has been with the Perennial Group, she has been an integral member of the team marketing, promoting, building and governing the Perennial business.
In 2017, Camilla also founded F3 – Future Females in Finance. F3 aims to foster the next generation of female talent in financial services through education, providing great career role models, demystifying careers and providing practical work experience.
Camilla is a Fellow of FINSIA and is a Director on the Abbotsleigh Foundation and Metis Technologies, and is the Chair of the UNSW Alumni Advisory Committee.
Camilla has jumped out of a plane twice, likes to ski off high mountains and loves a good laugh (one ‘Who’s line is it anyway’ episode at a time).
David has more than 20 years’ experience in Australia, New York and the Middle East. David has a strong knowledge of the financial services sector, having worked with a broad cross section of the industry, including banks, brokers, exchanges, fintechs, leasing companies, payment providers, private equity and non-bank financiers.
He is also a recognised regulatory expert, having advised a range of local and international banks.
David has previously served as a member of the Consumer Finance Advisory Group and as Chair of the Institutional Markets Council.
Yasser El-Ansary F FIN
Yasser was appointed FINSIA Chief Executive & Managing Director in April 2022. Previously, he was Chief Executive of Australian Investment Council from November 2013 to April 2022 where he was responsible for leading the strategic direction of the organisation’s work in representing the private capital investment industry in Australia.
Prior to joining Australian Investment Council, Yasser was the General Manager of Policy and Advocacy for Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand. He has more than 20 years’ experience as a business adviser and public policy expert, through his previous roles with PwC, Rio Tinto, Frasers Property Australia, as well as the Department of Treasury in Canberra. Yasser is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the Australian National University and a Master of Taxation Law from University of New South Wales. In April 2016, Yasser was appointed by the Federal Government to the Medical Research Future Fund Advisory Board where he advises on the strategy and priorities for medical health research funding from the $20B fund.
- Global & Future Trends
- Industry Knowledge
- CPD Hour(s): 2
Economic Indicators 2023
This event is brought to you by the Financial Services Institute of Australasia and the Australian Property Institute.
- Global & Future Trends
- CPD Hour(s): 1