|Event Date||Mon Nov 22 EST - Tue Nov 23 EST (8 days ago)|
Due to the changing regulatory landscape and higher scrutiny from APRA, ASIC, Royal Commission and now the impact of COVID 19, now is more important than ever for organisations to firm up their compliance culture and conduct risk frameworks. No longer is this just a compliance “tick the box” exercise, it is now crucial for organisations to look into their culture, the environment they work in, and transform their conduct and culture initiatives. This conference brings together senior financial risk executives, who will collaborate and share their experiences and outcomes on how they manage conduct and culture within their organisation, and how the regulatory changes are shaping the financial landscape. Also, how COVID-19 influence culture and conduct moving forward?
Topics Covered for 2021 Forum:
• ASIC’s address on Conduct Risk Management
• Conduct Risk under the spotlight: UK Financial Institutions face ever greater Covid-19 related regulatory scrutiny
• How will COVID-19 influence culture and conduct moving forward?
• How can an organisation link conduct risk and culture to their risk appetite strategy?
• Conduct risk cannot be managed properly without effective measurement and assessment – how can this be achieved?
• RegTech & Compliance Automation: How opportunities and challenges are evolving in the RegTech space.
• Using AI to improve Culture and Behavioural risk
• The advanced- Analytics Solution for Monitoring Conduct Risk
• Using big data to monitor and manage Conduct Risk
• What are the key issues that boards want to know on an organisations culture?
• The chasm between employee conduct and an organisation’s stated values is a common cause of conduct risk failures, how can this chasm be bridged?
• How has the BEAR (banking executive accountability regime) influenced culture?
• How are organisations driving ethical behaviour & embedding culture throughout the organisation?
• Generally, COVID-19 has impacted the mental health of the younger generation more significantly than the older generation – how do organisations manage the implications of this on their cultural agenda?
• How can an organisation intentionally build a remote culture?
• As work from home becomes normalised – how do organisations ensure they support their workforces to have a culture people want to be part of become irrelevant
Who Should Attend?
Chief Risk Officer , Conduct Risk Specialist , Head of Compliance , Head of Internal Audit , Head of Risk Assurance , Head of Risk Models , Chief Compliance Officer , Senior Audit Manager , Group Compliance manager , Regulatory Reporting Officer
Senior Executive Leader, Governance, Australian Securities And Investments Commission (ASIC)
Group Integrity Officer, Amp Ltd
General Manager, Governance, Culture, Customer Advocacy And Social Impact, Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd
Head Of Risk Services At Teachers Mutual Bank Limited
Chief Risk Officer, G&c Mutual Bank Limited
Head Of Culture And Organisational Development, Tal Australia
Executive General Manager Culture, Leadership And Learning, National Australia Bank
Dr Jolene Morse
Director, Financial Service Risk Management Consulting, Ernst And Young
Head Of Internal Audit For Wealth, Banking And New Zealand, Amp Ltd
Head Of The Ethics Alliance, The Ethics Centre
Chief Risk Officer, Maxcap Group Pty. Ltd.
Prof Anthony Asher
Adjunct Associate Professor At Unsw
Department Of Applied Finance, Macquarie Business School
Risk Management Specialist, Eftpos Australia
Director, Human Rights & Social Impact Services, Kpmg
Head Of People, Vfmc (Victorian Funds Management Corporation)
Director- Risk Advisory, Ashurst
Director, Bryan Whitefield Consulting
Partner, Risk Advisory At Deloitte Australia
Dr Gavriel Schneider
Group Ceo & Principal Consultant, Risk 2 Solution Group
Strategic Advisor, KPMG Australia