About the Australian Finance Conference
Established in 1958, the Australian Finance Conference (AFC) is Australia's national finance industry association. The AFC represents the interests and views of its members to government and provides a variety of other member services. AFC membership is open to companies in the business of credit, finance or financiers.
AFC member company Chief Executive Officer representatives (Federal Members) meet four times each year to consider progress with AFC lobbying Objectives. In the interim, the AFC service comprises informal contact plus communication via regular AFC Notices on current market, legal or legislative developments. Lobbying in pursuit of AFC objectives is at the State and Territory level as well as the national level.