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VIRTUAL EVENT – FEI Annual General Meeting & Director Roundtable Networking

Thursday, 22nd July @ 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm

What’s on our Director’s minds…..and what’s on yours?

FEI invites you to take a unique opportunity to network with our Directors in small group roundtables at the FEI Annual General Meeting (Notice of Meeting here)

This is your chance to interact in a conversational setting with an exceptional panel line-up of CFOs and HRDs to discuss the current business landscape, the path to CFO and anything else that’s top-of-mind.

FEI Online AGM & Director Breakout Groups |

Thursday 22 July 2021 |  4.00 pm to 5.15pm AEST

Please join FEI President, David Craig (NED, Lendlease and former CFO, CBA), Vice President, Julie Raffe (Finance Director, Village Roadshow) and the FEI Board for a no holds barred conversation about corporate life and business today.

David Lamont


Tiernan O’Rourke

(CFO, Stockland)

Susan Ferrier

(Chief People Officer, NAB)

Michael Bradburn

(CFO, Ausgrid)

Janelle Hopkins


Neale O’Connell

(Former CFO, CTM & Tatts Group)

Keith Neate

(Former CFO, Virgin Australia & Aurizon)

David Malek

(CFO, Brisbane Airport Corporation)

Nick Plummer

(Founder, Directioneering)

Sam Sheppard

(Chief People Officer, Blackwoods)

Cale Bennett

(Global CFO, CTM)


As this event will be held in conjunction with the brief formality of FEI’s Annual General Meeting (Notice of Meeting here), it is limited to FEI Members Only. 

REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIALLog-in details will be provided on registration.

Don’t miss this unique event. 

FEI events typically meet the requirements for CPD for professional bodies. This event would be regarded as 1 hour of CPD



Thursday, 22nd July
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
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