MP4 of Morning session of the 2016 NZAMI Annual Conference
Seminar Date: 12th August 2016
MP4 recording of MORNING SESSION will give you 3 1/2 hours towards your CPD
8.00 am Registration
8.30 am Opening byMC – Phil O’Reilly, Director, Iron Duke Partners
8.40 am Welcome by the 2015/2016 NZAMI Chairperson - June Ranson, NZAMI Chairperson
8.50 am Keynote Address – The Honourable Michael Woodhouse, Minister of Immigration
9.20 am Overview of everything immigration – where will immigration be in 18 months – Nigel Bickle, Deputy Chief Executive - Immigration, MBIE
10.00 am Morning Tea and Sponsor Tables
10.30 am Entrepreneur visas and succession planning for New Zealand – Cameron Bagrie, Chief Economist, ANZ Bank.
This segment will provide an understanding as to why Entrepreneurs are essential to New Zealand’s economic growth and the role these business entrepreneurs can fill with the opportunities that exist from business succession planning - from an Economist’s point of view.
11.20 am Going Places – Increasing the benefits of migration for New Zealand – Hayden Glass, Principal, Sapere Research Group
Hayden Glass, the co-author of a book about migration called “Going Places”, focuses on the need for smarter immigration policies to get the greatest benefit for New Zealand. He highlights the impacts of New Zealand’s large migration flows over many years, looks at the Global Impact Visa and other innovative ideas, and questions if we are attracting people who can help with economic transformation for New Zealand or if we are just filling gaps.
12.00 pm Lunch and Sponsor Tables
1.00 pm Billy Graham – A world class international speaker, Billy Graham is New Zealand’s best loved motivator and fitness adviser. Bold, humorous and brimming over with energy and enthusiasm, Billy is passionate about inspiring people to increase their potential. He is a former New Zealand and Australasian light welter-weight boxing champion and has spent a lifetime in sports and physical fitness. He has achieved international success through goal setting and determination and has turned common sense into an art form.
1.40 pm ‘How Much is Too Much! - Balancing Immigration’
- how much more immigration is sustainable
- is it good if New Zealand keeps changing with immigration
- the overall benefits of Immigration to the New Zealand economy
Dame Susan Devoy, Race Relations Commissioner, Human Rights Commission
Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, Minister for Ethnic Communities
Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Massey University
Tony Alexander, Chief Economist, BNZ
FACILITATOR: Peter Moses, NZAMI Director
3.00 pm Afternoon Tea and Sponsor Tables
3.30 pm ‘The Encouraging Mood of “Corruption” in New Zealand’ - Do we have any corruption in NZ? What is corruption? Evidence indicates that corruption has been around for thousands of years, but in recent years it has attracted increasing attention. Does the attention reflect an increasing awareness or an increasing scope of the problem? What needs to be done and how do we bring about the necessary changes?
Introduction by June Ranson, NZAMI Chairperson, main speakers are:
Peter Devoy, Assistant General Manager, Compliance and Border Operations, MBIE
Marina Matthews, Partner at Chen Palmer, CEO of Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business
Mark Mitchell, National MP for Rodney and Chair of Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee
Suzanne Snively, ONZM, Chair Transparency International NZ Inc
4.45 pm Closing by MC – Phil O’Reilly, Director, Iron Duke Partners
5.00 pm Networking Drinks