Restoring Reputation & Trust in Banking - Lessons from the UK
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TIME 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Hear from Robert Dickie, the President of the Chartered Banker Institute as he shares the journey and outcomes of professionalising the UK banking industry by introducing globally recognised professional certifications.
Founded in 1875 in Edinburgh, the Chartered Banker Institute is the oldest institute of bankers in the world with 30,000 members and a similar number of individuals holding qualifications awarded or accredited by the Institute. The Chartered Banker Institute’s aim is to enhance and sustain professionalism in banking, working with banks and bankers to raise pride in our colleagues’ professionalism, and contribute to rebuilding trustworthiness in our banks, bankers and banking system.
Joining Robert will be Dr Mark Lawrence SF FIN, Managing Director of Mark Lawrence Group, Mark has more than 25 years’ experience in financial services risk management. He was a member of the Management Board and Group Chief Risk Officer (CRO) at ANZ from 1999 until 2004 – during which time he was named the 2002 global ‘Risk Manager of the Year’ by Risk magazine. Mark is now Managing Director of a Melbourne-based, global advisory firm specializing in governance, risk management and financial regulation for large financial institutions and corporates.
Robert Dickie President Chartered Banker Institute
Robert Dickie started his career with Clydesdale Bank in Hamilton, Scotland and following the takeover by National Australia Bank held various senior positions with NAB Group in both Australia and the UK. From 2000 to 2002, he served as Managing Director, UK Enterprise, for Zurich in the UK. From 2003-2008 Robert was Group Operations Director and a member of the executive committee of UK-based bank Bradford & Bingley plc. In 2008 he joined American International Group, Inc. (AIG) in New York where he served as Chief Operations.
He joined Zurich in March 2014 as Chief Operations and Technology Officer and a member of the Group Executive Committee (GEC), where he is responsible for Zurich’s global IT, operations shared services, property, procurement and sourcing as well as operational transformation initiatives. Robert is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland and a fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Robert holds an MBA from the University of Strathclyde Graduate Business School, Glasgow, Scotland.
Dr. Mark Lawrence Managing Director Mark Lawrence Group
Dr. Mark Lawrence is Managing Director of Mark Lawrence Group, a Melbourne-based, global advisory firm specializing in governance, risk management and financial regulation for large financial institutions and corporates.
Mark has more than 25 years’ experience in financial services risk management, and is a Senior Fellow of FINSIA, the Financial Services Institute of Australasia. He was a member of the Management Board and Group Chief Risk Officer (CRO) at ANZ from 1999 until 2004 – during which time he was named the 2002 global ‘Risk Manager of the Year’ by Risk magazine. Previously, he held senior roles at several New York investment banks. Earlier, Mark co-founded the Market Risk function at Merrill Lynch in New York from 1987-1990. After leaving ANZ, Mark was an Expert Principal at McKinsey & Company from 2006 until 2008.
Over the past decade Mark has delivered a wide range of risk management consulting and advisory services to a global client base, including large financial institutions in Australia, Canada, Singapore, China and Brazil.
Mark’s current consulting focus includes assessing and strengthening risk culture, defining and embedding risk appetite, and the implementation and strategic implications of the post-crisis regulatory reforms, including changes to bank capital and risk modelling requirements. He was featured in a chapter in the book: “Crisis wasted? Leading risk managers on risk culture” in October 2015. Event Sponsor
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