compliance culture ERM

Due to the changing regulatory landscape and higher scrutiny from APRA, ASIC and the Royal Commission, now is more important than ever for organisations to firm up their compliance culture and conduct risk frameworks.

28th May, 2019- Tuesday - Day 1

Participants registration and refreshments.

Leah Lovrek Director, Hall Advisory

  • Recognising the importance of ethics and culture
  • Escalating beyond the executive team to drive an ethical culture
  • What is ethical decision making
  • Driving ethical leadership across the organisation


  • Cris Parker, Head of The Ethics Alliance – The Ethics Centre, Director – The Banking and Finance Oath
  • Real time conversation on interpreting recommendations and findings
  • Discussing how and what changes are being implemented within their organisation
  • Where have we landed? What has the future found?
  • What has been the silver lining and has it continued to strengthen?
  • Re accessing 3 lines of defence post royal commission


Leah Lovrek, Director, Hall Advisory


  • Chris VanHomrigh, Former Regional Commissioner ASIC
  • Karl Turner, Associate Director, Australian Finance Industry Association
  • Natasha Hall, Managing Director, Hall Advisory Services Pty. Ltd

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • Addressing the actions CROs or Risk Managers can take to drive a risk culture
  •  Driving cultural change and getting staff more involved in the risk management process
  • Encouraging staff to understand their roles and responsibilities in 1st and 2nd line
  • Embedding risk management frameworks through our new ERM system – a tool to drive risk culture


  • Kieran Netting, Chief Risk Officer, Statewide Super

AI now provides the ability to automatically measure and predict culture on a continual basis. This enables the shaping and ingraining of desired behaviour in an unprecedented fast and permanent manner. This session will explain how AI is used to measure culture on an automated basis and will include examples of how major organisations are using this approach to dramatically transform their culture.

  • Automatically measure culture on an ongoing basis with AI
  • Change individual behaviour and conduct with AI
  • Reduce the cost and complexity of managing culture with AI


  • Harry Toukalas, Group Managing Partner, Blackhall & Pearl
  • Sharing perspectives on what’s happened over the past few years and where the future is heading
  • What should directors be doing going forward if they want
    to be effective?
  • Rebuilding trust and confidence for the community and
  • Discussing liability and shared accountability for board
    members when it comes to risk and mis-conduct
  • What is the role of the board relative to the role of

Panel Chair:

  • Lauren Ryder, CEO, Leading Edge Global

Panel Members:

  • Steven Münchenberg, Managing Partner, Blackhall & Pearl
  • Vasyl Nair, Chief Risk Officer, Mine Super
  • Gavin Pearce, Chief Risk Officer, ICare
  • Catherine Maxwell, Executive Manager, Policy & Advocacy,
    The Governance Institute of Australia

Lunch and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • How to use big data to identify conduct risk indicators
  • Using sophisticated data models to look at multiple data
    sets at the same time
  • Key success factors
  • Integrating conduct risk and culture


  • David Appelberg, Executive, Banking and Wealth,
    ANZ Markets , Quantium
  • Nuts and bolts of a behavioural risk programme
  • Aligning HR and risk to measure culture
  • Key success factors
  • Adding real life examples of managing a culture
    measurement program
  • How you engage with people in the workforce to
    understand what their behavioural environment looks like


  • Michelle Taylor, Senior Audit Manager – Culture at ANZ

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • How Xinja are embracing technology from a business and
    risk perspective
  • Embracing technology to increase culture and limit conduct
    risk breaches
  • Futureproofing your framework: building a risk and
    compliance framework in a rapidly developing market
  • Managing the monitoring and reporting on the people side


  • Ron Vidal, Chief Compliance Officer at Xinja
  • Sharing successes, approaches and challenges to organisational
  • Examining culture and how it plays with risk and compliance
  • Driving and Influencing Ethics and Culture Across the
  • Tips and tools for measuring culture
  • How are organisations driving ethical behaviour &
    embedding culture throughout the organisation?
  • What is conduct risk? Where do you draw the line?


  • Tammie Christie, Head of Risk Assurance and Prudential Governance Regulatory, Governance & Assurance, Group Risk, Westpac

Panellis ts:

  • Lesley Burvill, Risk Management Specialist, eftpos Australia
  • Gideon Van Der Westhuizen,
    Chief Risk Officer, Oxfam
  • Craig Greenwood, Chief Compliance Officer, Toyota Finance Australia

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