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Notice of Annual General Meeting

Please note that the information on this page refers to the 2023 Director Elections and AGM. Details for the 2024 event will be posted closer to the date.
While you wait, feel free to review last year’s information. Stay tuned!


Please find the details for the 2023 Annual General Meeting by downloading the Notice of Annual General Meeting below.


Special guest speaker at the FINSIA AGM

The special guest speaker at FINSIA’s AGM and members networking evening will be Elizabeth Broderick SF FIN, Principal of EB&Co and Australia’s longest-serving Sex Discrimination Commissioner.

Elizabeth was Australia’s longest-standing Sex Discrimination Commissioner (2007-2015). One of her major achievements was the development and implementation of a gender equality blueprint for the nation, based on listening to the voices of Australians.  She played a significant role in the introduction of Australia’s national paid parental leave scheme and progressed major law reform including in the area of sex discrimination and sexual harassment. She established the nation’s data set on the prevalence of sexual harassment data and built trend data which continues to inform evidence-based policy today. Her review of the treatment of women in the Australian Defence Force led to sweeping cultural reforms.

In 2017, Elizabeth was appointed by the United Nations in Geneva as a Special Rapporteur and Independent Expert of the UN Working Group on discrimination against women and girls. In this role, she undertakes UN country missions and has a global mandate to issue official UN communications to nation-states states drawing their attention to human rights violations, particularly against women and girls.

She is the Founder and Convenor of the Champions of Change Coalition (formerly the Male Champions of Change), a globally recognised, disruptive strategy for achieving gender equality, advancing more and diverse women in leadership, and building respectful and inclusive workplaces. Comprising seventeen groups of over 270 national and international CEOs covering every major sector of the economy.

Elizabeth is Chair of Gender and Disaster Australia and a member of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership Advisory Council, Kings College London.

In 2016, Elizabeth was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia and was named 2016 NSW Australian of the Year.

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Candidate Details

The details of the 2023 FINSIA Board candidates are available in the link below. Please note that only professional members are eligible to vote (A FIN, SA FIN, F FIN and SF FIN).