Inside the Boardroom with Daniel Shrimski, CFO, Vanguard Australia
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Join Victoria’s Young Finance Professionals (YFP) Committee for this year’s first members only Inside the Boardroom event. This thought-provoking discussion will be led by Daniel Shrimski, Vanguard Australia's Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Inside the Boardroom is a series of exclusive events that provide talented and ambitious professionals the opportunity to meet some of Australia’s leading senior executives. Don’t miss your chance to take a seat at the table with Daniel Shrimski, a 15 year veteran of the financial services industry.
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The Vanguard Group has more than AUD $4 trillion in assets under management as of 31 March 2015, including more than AUD $600 billion in ETFs. Vanguard is one of the world’s largest global investment management companies. In Australia, Vanguard has been serving financial advisers, retail clients and institutional investors for more than 18 years.
Daniel Shrimski is Chief Financial Officer for Vanguard Australia and a member of the Australian Executive Team.
Daniel is focused on Vanguard’s financial operations at both a management and statutory level. He also leads the operational teams responsible for providing fund accounting, administration and transfer agency services for our managed funds and separately managed products.
Daniel joined Vanguard in May 2011. Prior to taking up his role Daniel was Finance Director for GE Money Direct at GE Capital. In this role he was responsible for the financial management of a $15 billion portfolio of mortgage loans, personal loans and car loans. Daniel spent 11 years in GE Capital working in a variety of finance roles across Australia, USA and Europe. Prior to GE, Daniel commenced his career at PwC.
Daniel received a Bachelor of Commerce from Monash University and is a member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants.
This event is for Finsia Members only. Tickets are extremely limited.
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