Have your say at the second instalment of our member only Royal Commission Town Hall
CEO and Managing Director Chris Whitehead F FIN will provide updates on Commissioner Hayne’s 76 recommendations that focus on conduct and culture - and how having the right standards for individual accountability in place being key to rebuilding trust for the sector.
Chris will be joined by senior expert panellists who will give their views on the next steps for the industry as it strives to build a trust culture; the potential impact on our members; and how the FINSIA community can help shape the future of financial services.
Be the first to hear the results of FINSIA’s annual Consumer Research which will be shared at the Town Halls focusing on customer trust levels and expectations of the banking industry in comparison to same time last year.
There will be an interactive element to the Town Halls where you will be able to vote on questions raised about the Royal Commission - and get immediate responses about: -
What are the next steps for the industry to rebuild trust for the sector?
What is the potential role of an ethical framework and individual professionalism?
How should the industry address the issue of culture and conduct to deliver better customer outcomes?
How far do you think BEAR should extend? Do you thinks what Hayne has recommended goes far enough?
Chris said: “As FINSIA has mentioned in its previous submission, and as Commissioner Hayne has said himself, the banking industry is far too important to go through another royal commission. The time to say sorry is over, it is now time to get it right.
“Moreover, when the government says it “is committed to the professionalisation of the financial advice industry” it is a similar strategy FINSIA has been advocating for the whole sector over the past 20 months.”
This is your opportunity to help continue to shape our policy and content as members of FINSIA.
Panelists Jacqui Colwell, Co -Founder and Chief Risk Officer, Judo Capital
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