Women in Securitisation

Upcoming Events

Women in Securitisation Coffee Break
On-line
  • Capacity 10
  • Days 1
  • Start Date 30 November
  • End Date 30 November
  • Price Free
  • Members Price Free

The Women in Securitisation Subcommittee seeks to provide women in the securitisation industry with high quality networking opportunities, raise awareness of issues that affect their professional advancement, and encourage engagement from different levels of seniority. 

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Subcommittee Membership

Member Name Company
Belinda Smith (Chair) Eticore
Bianca Spata Flexigroup
Carly Prior State Street
Jennifer Hellerud Royal Bank of Canada
Lisa Hood RedZed Lending
Margot Kelly  Bank of Queensland
Mei Nah Mayne Wetherell
Monica Stephens-Saliba Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Richard Lovell Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Scott Barker IFM Investors
Fiona Gaal ANZ
   

Women in Securitisation Federal Budget Update with Su-Lin Ong

On October 8, ASF Women in Securitisation were pleased to host a Federal Budget briefing with Su-Lin Ong, (Managing Director,Chief Economist and Senior Relationship Manager - RBC Capital Markets). 

During the briefing, Su-Lin shared her views on the budget and the economic outlook for Australia. 

KangaNews Women in Capital Markets Yearbook 2020

Roundtable Discussion: Women in Securitisation 

the Australian securitisation industry has been at the front line of market evolution, from its position at the eye of the financial-crisis storm to the proactive role played by the Australian Securitisation Forum (ASF)’s Women in Securitisation (WIS) subcommittee. BNY Mellon and KangaNews gathered leading structured-finance market participants to discuss how years of experience at the leading edge will be used to deliver the next phase of evolution. Topics of conversation include developing the government intervention that has provided crucial support to the market in 2020, issuer and investor response to the crisis and getting back on track with industry initiatives.

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'Securitisation symposium'
Article from the June 2019 edition of the ASJ

'WIS: A wider sphere of influence' by Belinda Smith
Article from the June 2018 edition of the ASJ

'Bouncing back and going strong'
Article from the November 2017 edition of the ASJ

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