Finance Professionals Series
Finance Professionals is a series of free seminars hosted by the Macquarie Applied Finance Centre (MAFC). The seminars are designed for professionals working in the finance industry. Covering a range of topics, industry leaders from the financial, professional services and corporate sectors discuss current challenges and opportunities.
The seminars are held at our CBD Centres, usually during lunch-time, and are open to anyone working in the finance or related industries.
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|Date and Time||End Time||Location||Registration|
16th Mar 2017 12:30pm
16th Mar 2017 1:30pm
|Level 24, 123 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000||Register for Managing consumption velocity to stay within the rails in retirement|
17th Mar 2017 8:45am
17th Mar 2017 5:10pm
|Swissotel Sydney, 68 Market Street, Sydney NSW 2000||Register for Macquarie University Financial Risk Day|
"It’s such a privilege to have access to this country’s leaders in corporate finance for an open, candid discussion about the current state of play. In a short lunch time session I gain significant insight into how they interpret the information we are all constantly bombarded with; there are subtleties that only highly experienced market practitioners discern."
- Senior Business Analyst at CBA
"It was excellent. The state of the debt and equity markets updates like that are very interesting, I will definitely encourage my colleagues to attend future lectures."
- Senior Associate at a leading law firm
"The applied finance centre is a great venue for these sessions – they are informal and high quality. Presenters have been forward thinking and clearly immersed in their area of practice."
- Director of an advisory firm
"These events are informative updates on market conditions from a diverse range of perspectives for Australia’s major corporate finance professionals – very useful thought leadership insights."
- Principal of a Corporate Advisory firm