The 2018 Wealth and Wellbeing Investment Seminar
Wealth & Wellbeing’s purpose is to harness the resources of Australia’s investment community to make a meaningful, long-term contribution to health and medical research. The goal is to fund the “Wealth & Wellbeing Research Fellowship” at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, which will require of the order of $500,000 over 5 years.
W&W’s fundraising goal will be achieved by creating thought-provoking, cutting-edge seminars and events, hosted by and for the broad investment community. The events will bring to the stage pre-eminent fund managers, investment thinkers and ASX-listed up-and-coming companies, to educate and inform investors.
The W&W Investment Seminar
The inaugural fundraiser will be the W&W Investment Seminar, was held on the evening of Wednesday 11 April 2018 in the SAHMRI auditorium. The seminar was an exciting, fast-paced expose of current investment thoughts and trends, and featured:
- Distinguished fund managers presenting their single best investment ideas - Erik Metanomski, Private Investment Fund Manager, Kris Webster, Magellan Group, Rob Shand and Elaine Stead, Blue Sky Alternative Investments and Argyle Pink Diamond specialists Archer & Holland;
- SA-Born and Bred ASX-listed Hidden Gems – Bionomics and Beston Global Food Company;
- SAHMRI Chairman, Raymond Spencer, and Cancer Research Director, Prof Deb White telling their SAHMRI story.
- Detailed speaker profiles can be found at the bottom of this page.
All donations are tax-deductible
- For those who would like to contribute to the W&W Research Fellowship you can donate directly to the Wealth & Wellbeing Research Fellowship at SAHMRI.
All funds are banked direct to SAHMRI and the full ticket price should be either a business expense or a tax-deductible donation to SAHMRI.
About the Wealth & Wellbeing Seminar Series
W&W’s initial goal is to fund a Research Fellowship at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI). For the W&W Fellowship to attract quality candidates, the offer will need to be of the order of 3-5 years at $100,000 - $140,000 per year.
Our aim is to raise in excess of $100,000 annually, reviewing the date of the initial Fellowship offer following the first event. All contributions to W&W go directly to a Fellowship Fund managed by SAHMRI.
W&W has received enormous and spontaneous support from the investment community and beyond to service and product suppliers.
We feel blessed, in our inaugural year, to have received such significant backing and encourage everyone to click through to their sites and consider their offerings should you ever have a need.
Partner Members have underwritten the success of the W&W Investment Seminar in two ways – by contributing as a presenter, thereby creating the program for everyone to enjoy, and through a significant financial contribution to the Fellowship Fund of $10,000.
Corporate Members have supported the seminar as $5,000 sponsors, a direct contribution to the Fellowship Fund.
W&W has received enormous support from companies and individuals, who have generously provided their services and products to ensure the vast majority of income raised goes directly to the W&W Research Fellowship Fund.
Our Sponsors – Cast Adrift Productions, part of the Where-U-Learn Group, Coopers Brewery, Erik Metanomski, Susy Daw, Svelte Studios, Taylor & Holmes in conjunction with Beston Global Food, and Vinomofo.
Who is W&W?
W&W is a non-trading entity, established by Graham Teague and Nigel Stewart, business partners at Bell Potter Securities. W&W’s sole purpose is the creation and maintenance of a brand that enhances the potential to achieve their long-term philanthropic goals in support of health and medical research. Download the Bell Potter Securities Brochure on Navigating your financial journey.
The W&W Logo
The Triple Bottom Line (or TBL or 3BL) was a term coined in 1994 by John Elkington, UK author, advisor and serial entrepreneur, to provide corporations with a framework to report not just on their financial results, but also their social and environmental contributions. The clean, simple W&W logo has been designed as an ongoing reminder of the corporate social responsibility associated with supporting the Wealth & Wellbeing cause.