Senior executives from the financial industry will gather for the InvestorDaily 18th Annual Wraps, Platforms and Masterfunds Conference from 1–3 August 2018 in the Hunter Valley.
Speakers from Tesla, Facebook, Deloitte Digital and the Commonwealth Bank will share hard-hitting analysis, and you’ll also hear from industry experts and thought leaders.
Stephen Scheeler, former chief executive officer of Facebook Australia and New Zealand and founder of The Digital CEO, will take the stage as keynote speaker and givean insider look at Facebook’s meteoric rise and share his insights on how participants can apply the same strategies to their business.
Pete William, CEO Deloitte Digital will provide insights into where the disruption has occurred and where it hasn’t, as well as future models for differentiation of customer offerings.
Delegates will also be able to network with other leaders in the space during the hotly contested Golf Tournament, Gala Dinner, Masterfunds Wine Tour and Wraps, Platforms and Masterfunds Food and Wine Festival — supplied by some of the Hunter Valley’s most coveted wineries, this event will provide the opportunity to reconnect with peers, past delegates and meet new valued contacts.
You’ll also discover how Tesla has evolved from a niche car manufacturer to the driving force behind advances in renewables, energy storage and sustainable technology. And schedule a test drive with a Model S or Model X at this year’s conference.
Spots are limited and filling fast, so if you’re a senior executive in the financial services space, grab one of the last remaining tickets, today.
Day 1 will close with the Annual Gala Cocktail Event by nightfall.
Day 2 will begin with Dr John Laker AO, The Oath Chairman and Member of the ASIC external advisory panel, who will reflect on his 11-year stint as former chairman of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
This is immediately followed by Tesla with a discussion about its innovation-fuelled journey to the top as a leader in the renewables, energy storage and sustainable technology sectors.
The conference will conclude by noon.
For more information about the conference or to buy your tickets now, visit https://www.investordaily.com.au/masterfunds-conference/
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