Conduct is a lens into the culture of organisations and improving conduct within the industry is an essential part of rebuilding trust and supporting future sustainable growth and with the regulatory focus on conduct expected to persist, firms will continue to face pressure to be alert and focussed
on building trust, confidence and maintaining transparency.
IBR’s 4th Annual Conference will be a platform to discuss ways of assessing operationalising risk management and how we can positively implement uplifting risk and compliance frameworks and
systems and embed a risk appetite.
Benefits of attending:
- HEAR from Michelle Bain, EGM – Compliance and Reg Affairs, Chief Risk Office talk about how Suncorp are
assessing the management of non-financial and compliance risks in the three lines of defence model and reviewing the different challenges posed with managing and measuring non-financial risks
- LISTEN to James Wood, Managing Director, APAC Reputational Risk Approver, Credit Suisse talking about managing reputational risk in Financial Services and analysing employee management conduct and ownership and accountability initiatives from management
- ASSESS how conduct risk is managed with an open floor discussion led by : Lisa Chambers, General Manager,
Advice Monitoring, NAB and as the discussion takes place, it’s important we discuss how we drive risk culture, what do we define as an effective risk framework and how can we operationalise risk culture through understanding the need for processes and policies to address the root cause
- DISCUSS what can be done to restore trust and confidence and how we can remove ambiguity around risky behaviour stemming from incentives with a presentation from Campbell Nicoll, Chief Risk Officer, Regional Australia Bank
- HEAR from Elizabeth Sheedy, Professor, Department of Applied Finance, Macquarie Business School talk about
Accountability Regimes, with much riding on the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR) and whether such regimes work and in what circumstances is BEAR likely to be most effective
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