YSN Series

Welcome to the Young Super Network (YSN) Resource Library.

Here you will find on-demand videos of past webinars so you can catch up with all of the presentations from our industry experts.

Professional development

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Mental Health in the Workplace

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours
Leadership | Mental Health

Nicole Hughes of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland shares tips and tricks on managing your mental health and building resilience in the face of ever-increasing work and life pressures.


Investment

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Market Update: The Impact of COVID-19

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours
Investment | COVID-19 | Risk

Could the turmoil and volatility around the impact of COVID-19 lead to a profound rethink in public and economic policy? AMP Capital’s Diana Mousina breaks down the current state of the market.

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The State of Socially Responsible Investing

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours
Investment | COVID-19 | Climate change | ESG

Industry experts cut the jargon and break down what goes into ESG investing for superannuation funds, and how it factors into the decision-making process across the organisation.


Policy

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Policy Changes & Unpacking Early Release

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours
Policy | COVID-19 | Members culture | Regulation

Senior Policy Manager David Haynes breaks down recent changes to legislation and superannuation policy and brings his wealth of experience and answers questions about 2020’s challenges.

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Federal Budget Briefing

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours
Policy | Operations | Members culture | Regulation

The 2020/21 Federal Budget promises to be one of the most anticipated budgets in recent memory and here to unpack it all will be two of Australia’s leading economists.


Operations

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Mergers: Transforming the Superannuation Industry

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours
Operations | Members culture | Governance | Leadership

What are the key considerations that go into a merger? What will the future of mergers will look like? And what does that mean for you?