2018 ACSI ANNUAL CONFERENCE

2018 MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN ESG RISING STAR AWARD

2018 PHIL SPATHIS GOVERNANCE ADDRESS

 

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2018 ACSI ANNUAL CONFERENCE


ACSI’s Annual Conference has become a key event on Australia’s governance agenda. Its content reflects current issues involving ESG investment risks which are relevant to our members. This conference attracts over 300 participants, with more than 70 percent coming from profit-for-members superannuation funds. Other participants included asset consultants, fund managers, fellow governance organisations, regulators, academics, ASX listed company representatives and the media. ACSI's most recent conference was held on 17 May 2018 in Sydney.


2018 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Click here to view a copy of our most recent conference program.


2018 CONFERENCE PHOTOS

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2018 CONFERENCE SESSION VIDEOS 

 

 

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2018  MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN ESG RISING STAR AWARD


The Michael O’Sullivan ESG Rising Star Award was established to commemorate the legacy of ACSI's co-founder and in particular, the incorporation of ESG principles in the risk management of long-term investing. The award aims to develop the next generation of ESG advocates and professionals within the profit to members superannuation sector. This Award takes place every two years and nominations will open for our 2020 Award in early 2020.

Click here for information on our most recent winner.

     
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2018 PHIL SPATHIS GOVERNANCE ADDRESS


ACSI’s third annual Phil Spathis Governance Address was attended by over 170 guests on 10 October in Melbourne. This lunch is held in honour of ACSI co-founder, the late Phil Spathis and his commitment to good corporate governance.

Sam Mostyn, Non-executive director of Mirvac, Transurban, Citibank and Virgin Australia was the guest speaker and spoke on ‘leadership and culture: the role of the board’.

The event raised an impressive $7,530 for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, made up of a donation of $20 from each ticket sold, all proceeds from raffle tickets sales and a speaker donation.