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Hall of fame with Richard Klipin - former AFA CEO
As part of the AFA’s celebration of our 75th anniversary in 2021, we are going to reflect upon our history and our achievements over the years.

In this webinar you will hear from former AFA CEO Richard Klipin who ran the AFA between 2006 and 2013 and was pivotal in creating what the AFA is today. In an interview style format, Richard will be asked about his early days at the AFA, the things that he has learnt about the financial advice profession, and to reflect upon some of the key activity during his time at the AFA. He will discuss the fallout from the GFC and the waves of reforms that flowed from the Ripoll Inquiry, including his work and dealings with politicians from both sides.

Richard will also share other fond and memorable moments with AFA members, partners and directors from his many years at the helm.

Please join us for a chat with one of the AFA’s favourite sons.

Richard Klipin is now the CEO of the Financial Services Council in New Zealand, however, he still keeps a close eye on what is happening in Australia.

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Aug 3, 2021 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Richard Klipin
CEO @Financial Services Council – New Zealand
Richard is the Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Services Council – New Zealand and sits on the Board of Trustees Executors Limited. He has extensive experience in leading and transforming Industry Associations, Life Insurance manufacturers and Financial Advice businesses, having held senior leadership roles in all sectors over the past 16 years. Organisations include Sovereign Assurance, Millennium 3, ANZ Banking Group, The AFA (Association of Financial Advisers) and ING Richard is known as a community builder, skilfully engaging and influencing a diverse range of stakeholders to create common purpose, connection and enable collaboration. Richard holds an MBA from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, a Bachelor of Arts and Diploma of Education from Macquarie University and completed the Denison Miller Senior Executive leadership program as well as the innovative ‘Rethinking Leadership’ program with the Hunger Project in India.