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    Your Network

    Peer-to-peer: Share best practice

    140 senior executive peers onsite – learn best strategies for deployment and avoid the pitfalls. Reach best outcome through interaction with other senior delegates.

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    Star Keynotes

    Learn from the world’s best

    Flown in from all corners, we bring the most relevant speakers to address and deliver a variety of inspirational and engaging keynotes.

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    Thought Leadership

    World Class Learning Environment

    Leading minds from our Advisory Council, Alliance Partners and CFO delegation create the most engaging and useful content.

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    Informal Networking

    Relax and build lasting relationships

    Our summits are structured to deliver plenty of time and space for building your real-life social network in an atmosphere of creativity.

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    Intelligent Match-making Aligns Stakeholders

    Structured and pre-Qualified 1-1 meetings between C-level delegates and relevant Strategic Partners lead to successful outcomes for all.

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The CFO drives Purpose-led transformation

Maximising the Potential

The CFOs of the future will regularly partner with non-financial areas of the business on growth initiatives and innovation of operating models contributing substantially to a firm’s competitive advantage. As a result of the expanded skill set we see a notable increase in the rate of CFO-CEO ascension.

CFOs are integral to the team that drives their company’s transformation strategy and supporting programs. They are critical to ensuring that decision-making across the whole organization is aligned with purpose. The finance chief also translates the purpose into financial and commercial targets and outcomes.

CFOs are playing a key role in developing and implementing strategy within their company, partnering with CEOs to creatively design growth opportunities for the future. Successful CFO leadership requires a deeper understanding of strategy, increased leadership skills, and an ability to effectively communicate financial acumen and knowledge to non-financial colleagues. Furthermore, CFOs are making investment decisions for business projects including the IT, Supply Chain, Operations and HR function.

Learn – Collaborate – Share


November 9th – 10th 2016, Melbourne Grand Hyatt

  • Get 1-1 with others in your vertical and situation, rather than generic overviews
  • Spend quality interactive time with your peers along with exchanging ideas
  • Trade war stories and assess real-life best practice, pitfalls and innovations
  • Keep up with disruptive technology, fresh ideas and find alternative solutions to your problems
  • Discuss and debate the challenges and prospects of this dynamic region
  • Build your personalised program

Email jan.rudnick@se-corp.com.au for qualification and access to the site


  • “CIO's should seriously consider this event”

    John Brand, VP Research, Forrester Research

  • “Outstanding piece of work”

    Sarv Girn - CIO, Reserve Bank

  • “Very open, interactive, and topical”

    Hugh Banister – CIO, Santos

  • “More relaxed and very specific on your needs”

    Jackie Montado, CIO APAC, PepsiCO

  • “The topics are practical and are targeted at CIO's”

    Dr. Nick Tate – President, ACS

  • “A great opportunity for frank conversations and exchanging war stories”

    Shane McLeod - CIO, Dept of Veteran Affairs

  • “Outstanding piece of work”

    Sarv Girn - CIO, Reserve Bank

  • “I love the structure”

    Pierre de Villecourt – CIO, Resimac & Ingot Group

  • “Excellent… A focus on leadership as well – not just technology”

    Deepak Jain – Managing Director, Head of Technology and Operations, Citi Australia

  • “Excellent. Very effective Summit”

    Samir Mahir – CIO, Tennis Australia

  • “Very good. A very diverse group, a very different set of experiences”

    David Gee – CIO, CUA

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