- 60 Seconds with Elizabeth Sheedy
22 March 2017
"60 seconds with Elizabeth Sheedy, Macquarie University Department of Applied Finance and Actuarial Studies, associate professor" was published by InFinance at Finsia. Read the interview here: http://www.finsia.com/insights/news/news-article/2017/03/22/60-seconds-with-elizabeth-sheedy-macquarie-university-department-of-applied-finance-and-actuarial-studies-associate-professor
- Elizabeth Sheedy debates cultural change at the ASIC forum
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy from AFC joined a 3 member panel that debated the extent to which cultural change is possible and how this can be achieved.
- Media Release: Consumption velocity can help retirees and advisers calculate how much money is available for retirement
13 March 2017
The challenge of how much retirees can spend safely without eroding their kids’ inheritance has been debated by advisers, superfunds, government and academics for years, but the concept of consumption velocity can help retirees maximise their spending in retirement without blowing up their capital early, said Aaron Minney adjunct fellow at Macquarie University Applied Finance Centre (MAFC) and Head of Income Retirement Research at Challenger.
- MAFC in the media, February 2017
MAFC's media mentions this February.
- Senior female bankers don't conform to stereotypes and are just as ready to take risks
30 January 2017
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy from the Macquarie Applied Finance Centre contributed the article 'Senior female bankers don't conform to stereotypes and are just as ready to take risks' to The Conversation.
- Welcome to the new Macquarie University City Campus!
Welcome to MUCC Macquarie University City Campus
The new facilities feature state of the art teaching spaces and study areas, where all MAFC units (core and elective) will be delivered from Term 1, 2017 including weekend classes.
Enjoy panoramic views from both levels and features a series of casual common spaces to meet, learn and study. Angel Place is a secured building in the heart of the finance district.