Finity is proud to announce that we are hosting another Sustainability Matters Breakfast Forum on 27 March, following the event’s success last year.
This forum will offer practical solutions for an uncertain world, to create a financially sustainable future, and protect the sovereign balance sheet.
Every second of every day, the government faces financial uncertainty, as federal funds are affected when sudden economic downturns and natural catastrophes occur. A clear area of uncertainty surrounds long term climate related risks to Australian assets. Beyond natural perils, actuaries help to make financial sense in areas such as aged care, health, retirement and education. Finity's expertise can help identify and mitigate these risks.
Join leading risk and data analytics experts to discuss how you should be thinking about uncertainty and protecting against it including Professor Paula Jarzabkowski, CASS Business School, London, author of the widely acclaimed book "Making a Market for Acts of God."
The event’s convenor, Stephen Lee, believes the seminar will be highly beneficial for government employees looking to manage departmental risks.
“The aim of the seminar will be to assist the government in developing sustainable long term policies that manage risks from adverse events affecting the Australian economy and population.
“The sessions at Sustainability Matters will provide a practical roadmap for a sustainable future.”