Legalsuper Information Session (Members Only)

 

 

 

 

legalsuper, dedicated sponsor of the Law Society of South Australia, invites all Members

to this upcoming free lunchtime online information session.

 

legalsuper Information Session

 

Join Norman Zhang, Chief Investment Officer, legalsuper

as he shares his insights on:

 

- Reflecting on COVID-19

- US election impact on investments

- Future investment challenges and opportunities

 

Date:

Monday, 2 November 2020

 

Time:

1pm – 1.45pm

 

Venue:

Attendance by webinar only

(Attendees will be emailed webinar instructions following registration)

 

Registration:

Complimentary

 

If you are unable to attend, but would like to speak to your local representative from legalsuper,

please contact Richard Nordin, Client Service Manager, Ph: 0499 807 060 or Email: rnordin@legalsuper.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

About the Speaker

Norman Zhang

Chief Investment Officer, legalsuper


Norman Zhang was appointed in March 2020. He is responsible for managing investments and has more than 12 years of investment management and corporate finance experience. Norman commenced his career with the corporate finance teams at Ernst & Young, specialising in company valuations, business modelling and management consulting. Norman then worked for five years at Frontier Advisors, providing investment advice to several of the largest superannuation funds and private endowments in Australia. Most recently, Norman held the role of Chief Investment Officer at Media Super, an industry superannuation fund for members in the Australia’s print, media, creative or digital sectors. He regularly presents at industry conferences and was the recipient of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees - Rising Star Award in 2018.




 

 

When
2/11/2020 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Where
Via Webinar AUSTRALIA

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Cancellations: Payment in full of the registration fee is required to be made at least five working days prior to the event.  Previously paid registrations are transferable subject to the alternate attendee being eligible to register at the same registration fee (that is a practitioner who is not a Society member is not eligible to attend in place of a member without the price differential having been paid. Any person who has registered and paid to attend an event but is subsequently unable to do so and does not wish to transfer the registration is able to apply to the Society for a refund, however such refunds (in whole or in part) will be at the discretion of the Law Society subject to the circumstances and any external costs paid by the Society which cannot be recovered by us.
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