Webinars

To help you understand some of the effects that Coronavirus has and continues to have on investment markets, super funds and perhaps your retirement plans, we’ve arranged for a Financial Planner from Commonwealth Financial Planning to share insights and strategies to help you better manage your super and work towards improving your super balance. Our presenter will discuss the key things you should know about Coronavirus and super and give you an opportunity to ask questions at the end.

There are three webinars to give you a choice of the date and time that best suits you. You can take part in as many of the webinars as you want, free of charge. They are available to CommBank customers and anyone in the community who wants to learn more about this important topic to improve their financial wellbeing.

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Webinar 3: 

Duration: 45 minutes (including Q&A)

This webinar has already aired.

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About our presenter – Andrew Ames

Andrew has been a Financial Planner since 2006. After witnessing firsthand how financial planning helped his own parents secure a comfortable retirement, he became passionate about helping others to achieve financial security and is committed to making a positive difference in his customers’ lives. Andrew will be sharing his insights on the effects Coronavirus has had on super in a simple, easy to understand way.

Are you new to webinars?

Webinar basics

What is a webinar?

The word ‘webinar’ is a blend of ‘web’ and ‘seminar’. A webinar is a presentation held over the internet whereby a presenter can share information with an audience. The advantage of a webinar is that you can view the presentation from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

Who is Intrado?

CommBank has collaborated with Intrado to deliver webinars to our customers and community. Intrado owns the platform (Intrado Studio) by which the webinars are broadcast. When you click on any of the registration links on this page, you’ll be taken to a registration form managed by Intrado. You’ll also receive reminder emails from Intrado on behalf of CommBank.

Webinar support

I’ve registered for the webinar(s), what happens next?

Once registered, you will start to receive communications about the webinar you’ve registered for. The emails will appear to come from CommBank, but the email address will appear as: cba_external@theonlinexpo.com Please make sure you check your junk email inbox in case the email was delivered there.

About five minutes before the scheduled webinar, click on the link provided to you in your confirmation email or calendar invite.

What do I need to join/watch the webinar(s)?

Make sure you register for the webinar(s) using the registration links above. You’ll be sent a confirmation email shortly after registering, which will include a calendar invite and a webinar link. Make sure you add the webinar invite to your calendar so you don’t miss out.

You’ll also need:

  • An internet connection
  • A device such as a computer, laptop, tablet computer or smart phone with sound
  • You won’t need a microphone or camera as the presenter won’t be able to see or hear you
  • For optimal viewing, it’s recommended that Google Chrome is used as your internet browser

What will happen during the webinar?

Our presenter will share a slide show on the webinar topic. If you have any questions throughout the webinar, there will be a section on the screen where you can type your question. At the end of the session, our presenter will answer as many questions as time allows.

There will also be a short survey for you to complete. Your feedback is important to us and we would appreciate your time in completing the survey to assist us in planning and tailoring future webinars.

I missed the webinar. Can I view a recording?

Yes, we will be making the webinar recordings available on this page once the webinar has been broadcast.

Things you should know:

The information on this page is for general information purposes only. It has been prepared by Commonwealth Financial Planning Limited ABN 65 003 900 169 AFSL 231139 (Commonwealth Financial Planning), a wholly-owned non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124. Financial Planners are representatives of Commonwealth Financial Planning. While care has been taken in the preparation of this page, it has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs and no liability is accepted by Commonwealth Financial Planning, its related entities, agents and employees for any loss arising from reliance on this page. You should consider the appropriateness of this information to your circumstances before acting on it.