“She’s Worth it!: A discussion on wage gender equality in Australia”

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Grant Thornton Australia

Level 17

383 Kent Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Join us for an invigorating panel discussion on the current state of wage equality in Australia, hosted by UNSW Business School with support from Grant Thornton Australia. More than presenting facts and figures, this session will consist of an open conversation about the challenges faced and successes won by our diverse panel, as well as strategies for developing female business leaders.

Networking and canapes will follow. Guests will include UNSW Business School and AGSM students as well as esteemed industry guests.

Panellists include

Alice Tang, Chief Operating Officer of Moelis Australia Asset Management

Camilla Love, Managing Director of eInvest and Founder of F3-Future Females in Finance

Lorena Sosa, Partner at Grant Thornton Australia

The session will be moderated by Katrina Rathie, Partner in Charge at King & Wood Mallesons, Sydney

Order of Proceedings

5:45 – 6:00pm Registration
6:00 – 6:45pm Panel Discussion
6:45 – 7:45pm Networking + Canapes

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Panellists

Alice Tang is the Chief Operating Officer of Moelis Australia Asset Management and responsible for setting and managing the operations for the asset management division. Alice has over 20 years’ financial services experience, in Australia and Hong Kong. Alice was previously at the Macquarie Group for 16 years working across transaction execution, investment banking, retail banking and equity investments.

Alice holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Co-Op) from UNSW Sydney, an MBA (Exec) from AGSM @ UNSW Business School and is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

Camilla Love is Managing Director of eInvest and Founder of F3-Future Females in Finance, an organisation that encourages female high school and university students to undertake a career in finance. She is a senior funds management professional with over 16 years’ experience in business strategy, sales, client management and marketing.

Camilla holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney an MBA (Exec) from AGSM @ UNSW Business School. She is a Fellow of FINSIA and a former Treasurer of Women In Super NSW, and Chair of the UNSW Business School Alumni Advisory Board, a member of the Business School Advisory Council and the university-wide Alumni and Engagement Committee.

Lorena Sosa is Partner – Transfer Pricing at Grant Thornton Australia, heading the Sydney and Brisbane Transfer Pricing practices and advising clients on Transfer Pricing issues and International Tax Planning. Lorena has over 13 year’s professional experience with global firms in both Australia and Latin America. She is head of Grant Thornton Australia’s DAWN (Diversity at Work Now) committee, with a purpose to build awareness, embed the celebration of diversity and create an inclusive environment.

Lorena holds a Bachelor of Business Management from Universidad de las Américas and a Master of Business (Finance) from Macquarie University for which she was awarded a scholarship by the Mexican Ministry of Education.

Moderator

Katrina Rathie is the Partner in Charge, Sydney at King & Wood Mallesons. Katrina is a member of the firm’s senior leadership team and is responsible for the management of the Sydney office which has over 850 employees. She is a member of Chief Executive Women and a member of the Managing Partners Diversity & Inclusion Forum.

Katrina has been named Woman Lawyer of the Year, Private Practice by the Women Lawyers Association of NSW. The award recognised Katrina for having achieved excellence in her practice and for making an outstanding contribution to the advancement of women in the legal profession, including role modelling gender and cultural diversity.

Katrina holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Financial Management)/Laws degree from UNSW Sydney and is admitted to the New York Bar. She is an Alumni Leader of UNSW Business School and a member of the UNSW Sydney Law Advisory Council. Additionally, she is a Non-Executive Director of Starlight Children's Foundation Australia, Councillor/Director of Cranbrook School and Chair of the Cranbrook Foundation and member of the Advisory Board of Media Diversity Australia.

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Grant Thornton Australia

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383 Kent Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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