13:45 OECD Keynote Presentation: Is Financial Regulation Achieving What We Want? The Unfinished Agenda
Adrian Blundell-Wignall, Director - Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, and
Financial Markets Special Advisor to the Secretary-General,
OVERCOMING COMPLIANCE CHALLENGES
14:10 Developing effective remediation strategies as a core competency
What works, and what doesn’t, with stakeholder engagement across regulators, institutions and customers to deliver the best outcomes?
What are the defining characteristics of effective and efficient remediation programs, and how can this provide greater operational resilience within an organisation?
What are the common pitfalls and stress points of remediation programs?
Kylie Rixon, Chief Risk Officer - Wealth, ANZ Bank
Craig Greenwood, Chief Compliance Officer, Toyota Finance
Jan Eger, Head of APAC Government Relations, Thomson Reuters
Moderator: Roberto Fitzgerald, Partner, EY
14:50 AML, Anti-Corruption and Sanctions: The nexus between technology, regulation and risk management
The statutory review of the AML/CTF regime and its likely impact
Regulatory outlook: Tranche Two of Australia's AML/CTF regime
Dealing with "high risk" countries - practical measures to maximise opportunity and manage risks
Update on the changing world of sanctions compliance
AML/CTF compliance in the digital age: how well do you know your customers?
Using technology to limit financial crime concerns – the benefits and risks of an outsourced approach
Dinesh Anand, Head of Global Sanctions Compliance, ANZ Bank
Thyer McCaffery, Founderm International Payment and Transaction Monitoring Association
Nicholas McTaggart, Advisory Board Member,International Payment and Transaction Monitoring Association and former National Coordinator, Criminal Asset Confiscation Task-force, Australian Federal Police
Moderator: Nathan Lynch, Head Regulatory Analyst, Australia & New Zealand, Thomson Reuters
15:30 Afternoon Networking Break
TECHNOLOGY - RISK AND REWARD
15:45 Does fintech in Australia deserve special treatment, or would "sandbox" regulation give an unfair advantage?
Where will fintech drive long-term changes in financial markets, and what impacts will this have financial institutions?
To what extent will new regulation successfully manage the risks in fintech?
Where will fintech offer banks and financial institutions the greatest benefits, and how can they take advantage of these?
How can banks make best use of fintech developments, and how easy will it be to bring these “in-house”?
Benedicte Nolens, Senior Director, Head of Risk & Strategy, Hong Kong SFC
Nick Giurietto, CEO, ADCCA
Thyer McCaffery, Founder, International Payment and Transaction Monitoring Association International Payment and Transaction Monitoring Association
Stuart Stoyan, Founder and CEO, MoneyPlace
Moderator: Adam Bird, Australia Country Manager, CHEKK
16:25 Interview with an ethical hacker
In this in depth interview, an expert in corporate security with experience in ethical hacking will give his insights into cyber attacks, detailing what hackers look for and how they identify weak spots in cyber security. The session will offer practical advice on how to safeguard your digital operations and assets.
Interviewer: Nathan Lynch, Head Regulatory Analyst, Australia & New Zealand, Thomson Reuters
Interviewee: Timothy Dole, CEO,
16:50 Data Storage and Data Risk - Is this the biggest risk to your business?
How have data management strategies and regulations changed globally, and how do these affect the Australian environment?
What are the common weak links in data storage and management strategies, and how do you spot these?
How can you best manage cyber security risks when storing and transferring data?
What practical steps should you take in the instance of a data breach – how and when should you report this?
Remediation: what should your strategy be when remediation is required?
Anthony Robinson, Partner, Financial Services, Cyber Crime, EY
Blair McCauliffe, Chief Risk Officer, Metlife
Moderator: Kristen Tiner, Head of Risk Segment – Asia, Thomson Reuters
17:30 Keynote Presentation - The needle and the haystack – Magnify the needle or reduce the haystack?
Gavin McCairns, Deputy CEO,
How do we regulate less, protect Australia more and grow the economy all at the same time?
What does this mean for capability in AUSTRAC?
There are 84 recommendations in the report of the statutory review of the AML/CTF Act, Rules and Regulations – why is collaboration the most important?
What do elements like blockchain and crypto-currency mean for the future of AUSTRAC?
17:50 Closing Remarks
Kimberley Cole, Head of Specialist Sales, Asia Pacific,
17:55 Event Closes and Networking Drinks Reception Begins
The 4th Annual Australian Regulatory Summit
21 June 2016 | Sydney Sofitel Wentworth Hotel
Australia's key regulatory summit for Governance, Risk and Compliance professionals
The 4th Annual Australian Regulatory Summit is the leading forum for debate around topical issues facing the financial services industry in Australia and will deliver a comprehensive and impressive line-up of regulators and industry experts. Find out more.
The summit will consider the key regulatory trends across Australia, including an review of specific regional challenges, conduct risk & responsible culture, and an update on fintech, through a series of exclusive keynote presentations, expert panel discussions and intimate interviews. Find out more.
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