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Preparing for the Unexpected – Financial Resilience in Australia

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Date: 14 September 2016 at 02:00 pm Presenters Name: Elliot Anderson & Kristy Muir Run Time: 60 minutes Location: Online Materials Price: $0.00 (in AUD)

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In 2016 it’s has been reported that 64% of Australian adults are experiencing a significant level of financial stress. With this majority in mind, what are the subsequent social and economic implications for individuals, families, communities, governments and Not for Profits?

This 60-minute complimentary session, presented by NAB and the Centre for Social Impact, will unpack how their ground-breaking research provides a deeper understanding of people’s financial situations.

In this session you will learn:

  • About the challenges to existing financial exclusion research.
  • How financial resilience differs from financial exclusion.
  • How financially resilient Australians are, and where resources should be invested to best increase people’s ability to cope with financial adversity.
  • About the research methodology behind the results.

This session will be best suited for those with some knowledge of financial resilience and are in senior management positions within their organisations.


 

This webinar will be presented by:

Elliot Anderson
Since 2008, Elliot has been working in Australia and the Pacific to influence the way financial inclusion is understood and addressed. As the Head of Financial Inclusion at National Australia Bank (NAB) he leads the bank’s Microfinance programs, research and impact measurement in financial resilience and the Indigenous Inclusion initiatives with a range of community and government partners.

Kristy Muir
Professor Kristy Muir is the Research Director at the Centre for Social Impact at UNSW Australia, a Professor of Social Policy and an elected academic member of UNSW’s Council. Kristy leads academic and applied research projects that help understand, measure and find innovative solutions to complex social problems in Australia. She is a member of the NSW Premier’s Council on Homelessness, Opportunity Child and the Financial Inclusion Action Plan leadership groups.


 

Post webinar pack

Can’t make the date? All registered participants will be sent a post webinar pack 2–3 days after the session. The packs include the live webinar recording, slide deck and webinar book. The webinar book is a tool designed to ensure your learnings last. It includes the session’s transcript with corresponding slides, the live chat stream (so you’re across peer discussion) and presenter notes. Whether you are wanting to brush up on what you’ve learned or if you missed the live session, the post webinar tool kit ensures you’re always across the session’s learnings.


 

This webinar is brought to you by the National Australia Bank and the Centre for Social Impact.


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Elliot Anderson & Kristy Muir

Elliot Anderson & Kristy Muir

Elliot Anderson Since 2008, Elliot has been working in Australia and the Pacific to influence the way financial inclusion is understood and addressed. As the Head of Financial Inclusion at National Australia Bank (NAB) he leads the bank’s Microfinance programs, research and impact measurement in financial resilience and the Indigenous Inclusion initiatives with a range of community and government partners. Kristy Muir Professor Kristy Muir is the Research Director at the Centre for Social Impact at UNSW Australia, a Professor of Social Policy and an elected academic member of UNSW’s Council. Kristy leads academic and applied research projects that help understand, measure and find innovative solutions to complex social problems in Australia. She is a member of the NSW Premier’s Council on Homelessness, Opportunity Child and the Financial Inclusion Action Plan leadership groups.
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