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Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings NZ annual conference

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The 2019 Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings NZ annual conference has been launched today as Super Earlybird tickets go on sale for one of the industry’s flagship events.

The theme of the 2019 conference will be "Towards Wellbeing", exploring how the Government’s Wellbeing ambition translates into the Financial Services sector.

Alongside the core topics of investment, KiwiSaver and insurance, the conference will explore how the financial services industry can support staff and customers to balance health and social wellbeing day-to-day.

Richard Klipin, CEO of the Financial Services Council, said "There is a growing focus on wellbeing both globally and here in New Zealand with the Government’s new Wellbeing Budget.

"We can all get better at balancing our wellbeing, and as a major contributor to the economy, the Financial Services sector plays a key role in growing and protecting New Zealanders health, wealth and wellbeing."

After successive years of growth the conference has become known for its leading edge content and speakers and provoking debate around the key issues affecting the sector.

The 2019 Conference will be held on 11th and 12th September 2019 at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland.

More information and registration details can be found at

A very limited number of discounted Super Earlybird tickets are available for the two day event, which includes access to all the sessions and the awards gala dinner. Be quick as the Super Earlybird tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.

Also launched today is the event sponsorship opportunities, aimed at organisations that are looking to get in front of an expected 500 leaders, policy experts and suppliers to the Financial Services industry.

"The National Conference has quickly grown into one of the go to events in the Financial Services sector calendar here in New Zealand", concluded Klipin.

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