Future Leaders and Young Professionals Subcommittee


Objectives

The Future Leaders and Young Professionals (FLYP) Subcommittee broadly aims to:

  • complement the existing administrative opportunities currently accessible to more senior members of the ASF
  • provide a pathway for future leaders to develop the skills necessary to step into more senior administrative roles within the ASF in the future

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If you are in your first 10 years in a securitisation-related role and would like to receive communications on the FLYP initiative, please email Lynsey Jackson.


Current working aims

To provide future leaders and young professionals in the securitisation industry opportunities to:

  • engage more broadly with the securitisation industry
  • foster their networking and leadership skills
  • develop administrative and corporate governance skills
  • focus on emerging technology and innovation
  • provide direct support to other Subcommittees
  • broaden awareness of the securitisation industry to non-industry participants

Three overarching activity streams

Consistent with the aims above, the following table sets out the three proposed streams into which the intended activities will be divided.


Involvement and assistance Education and career development Networking and social activities
Provide support to other Subcommittees (senior FLYP Subcommittee members participating as observers to coordinate support efforts)
Provide additional resources to assist with the conduct of the ASF's educational programs
Periodic events (frequency to be determined) tailored to the FLYP Subcommittee constituency
Coordinate deployment of FLYP Subcommittee resources for ASF initiatives
Foster networking and leadership skills for the future of the ASF. Target new entrants into the industry, particularly those that are still in university
One flagship, marquee annual event


Read the official charter of the ASF Standing Subcommittees.


Membership

Joshua Knuckey (Chair) AMP
Adam Moore
Resimac
Debbie Long
Resimac
Dong Jin National Australia Bank
Jade Chong
PwC Australia
Jennifer Chamberlain
Macquarie Leasing
Jordan Batchelor
ANZ
Katrina  Huang
Allens
Lynsey Thorrington
Perpetual
Lynsey Jackson
Australian Securitisation Forum
Maddy Ebrill
Westpac
Monica Stephens-Saliba
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Raymond Lam
Macquarie Bank
Sarah Hofman (National Committee representative) PwC Australia
Sonia Goumenis (National Committee representative)
Clayton Utz
Yannick van der Zee Bloomberg


For more information please contact the FLYP Subcommittee Chair, Joshua Knuckey.

 

What's On

Upcoming courses, seminars and networking opportunities for your professional development

MAR

30/31

Securitisation Applied

Sydney

APR

27

APS 120 Workshop

Sydney

MAY

11

Securitisation Fundamentals

Brisbane

MAY

24

Trust Management Master Class

Sydney

MAY

30

APS 120 Workshop

Brisbane

JUN

15/16

Securitisation Professionals

Sydney

JUN

19

Trust Management Master Class

Melbourne

Australian Securitisation Journal

The Australian Securitisation Journal (ASJ) is the official journal of the Australian Securitisation Forum. The ASJ is published by KangaNews on a semi-annual basis.

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Market snapshot

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