FINSIA is pleased to be hosting a special invitation only roundtable with industry leaders.
We are inviting industry leaders, Senior Fellows and Fellows to discuss insights and learn from recent high-profile case studies involving bank risk failures.
Our aim is to encourage innovative thought and strengthen risk practices across the industry. This is aligned to FINSIA’s original mandate from 1886, when more than 250 bankers met to promote "the dissemination of professional knowledge and sound banking practice".
Leading this discussion will be Jeffrey Carmichael AO SF FIN, Managing Director, Head of Australasia Promontory Australia and former Chairman of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. Alongside, Peter Kell, Managing Director, Promontory Australia and previously a Deputy Chair and Commissioner at ASIC.
Topics for Discussion
What does good governance look like?
Implications of systems, personnel or governance failings
Impact of Covid-19 on conduct risk
Current legislative agenda
Virtual Roundtable Details
The virtual roundtable will be conducted over a Zoom Meeting 10 -12 Senior Fellows and Fellows will participate in the discussion.
Peter and Jeff will provide 10-15 mins opening commentary and we will open to discussion and Q&A with participants.
Attendees represent personal and professional views and experiences rather than the views of any particular company.
Jeffrey Carmichael, AO SF FIN, Managing Director, Head of Australasia, Promontory Australia
Jeff is the head of Promontory Australia and was the inaugural Chairman of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
He is an internationally recognized expert on regulatory issues and is published widely on regulatory structure, design, and effectiveness.
Prior to joining Promontory, Jeff was Chairman of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, with responsibility for regulating and supervising banks, insurance companies and pension funds.
Throughout his career, he has held many senior positions, including a 20 year tenure with the Reserve Bank of Australia, seven years as Professor of Finance at Bond University, and appointment to a number of government inquiries, including the Wallis Inquiry into the Australian financial system, which examined deregulation and made recommendations to ensure an efficient, responsive and competitive landscape. He has also served as a member on different boards.
Peter Kell, Managing Director, Promontory Australia
Peter spent seven years as deputy chair and commissioner at ASIC where he was responsible for the Commission’s financial services regulation and enforcement, including banking and credit, insurance, financial advice, and wealth management.
He has been a significant contributor to financial sector policy in areas such as disclosure, dispute resolution, and market conduct.
Peter was previously the deputy chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, which undertakes economy wide competition and fair trading.
Peter’s career has had a strong focus on improving consumer market outcomes and he was formerly chief executive of CHOICE, the Australian Consumers’ Association.
Participants may be able to apply 2 hours towards meeting their annual continuing professional development obligations. It is the individual's obligation to determine relevance of CPD to their license conditions.
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