This is a game of skill. The entrant with the highest score in AHC’s Financial Wellbeing Quiz is the winner. The highest score is determined by:
a) the most correct answers, and further to this;
b) the shortest time taken to complete the quiz.
Therefore, the winner will be the entrant who gets the most correct answers in the shortest amount of time.
The prize is a $500 gift voucher to Flight Centre. The gift voucher is subject to Flight Centre’s terms and conditions.
The promotor AHC Ltd, Wakefield, UK, WF1 5SL, trading as AHC Pacific, Ground floor/8 Market St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia.
To enter, entrants must be delegates or exhibitors at the CMSF 2019 conference. Only one entry is permitted per person. AHC reserves the right to verify the validity of entries. Winners of the competition must be 18 years old and over and residents of Australia.
The competition will run from 8am on Wednesday 13th March 2019 to 5pm Thursday 14th March 2019. The winner will be announced at the CMSF morning tea on Friday 15th March 2019.
The promoter reserves the right to withdraw or amend the competition as necessary due to circumstances outside its control.
The winner will be notified in writing by email within five (5) working days of the conclusion of the competition.
If AHC is unable to contact the winner within 30 days of the competition
and AHC has made every effort to contact them with the information provided by the entrant then AHC will award the prize to the entrant with the next highest score.
The information you are asked to provide is personal information and is protected by the Privacy Act 1988. AHC will not disclose this information to other parties other than in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.
Q1: ANZ Financial Wellbeing Report 2018
Q2: ANZ Financial Wellbeing Report 2018
Q3: ANZ Financial Wellbeing Report 2018
Q4: BT Financial Health Index 2017
Q5: Compare the Market Financial Consciousness Report 2018
Q6: Compare the Market Financial Consciousness Report 2018
Q7: AMP Financial wellness in the Australian workplace Report 2016
Q8: Slang terms for money, Wikipedia, 2018
Q9: Collett, J. (8 September 2017), Sydney Morning Herald, Eight of 10 Australians don’t get financial advice. Is technology the answer?