Industry Workshops

Thomson Reuters will be showcasing our risk management solutions alongside the plenary session through industry case studies and workshops. Please register for any session(s) that you would be interested in attending.
Should you require further information on these workshops, please contact kate.parker@tr.com.

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Meet the speakers

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.

Explore the agenda

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.

View Our Resources

Download exclusive industry reports, view news articles relating to the summit and get more information on how Thomson Reuters can help your organization deal with compliance and regulation obligations. Find out more.

Registration Closed


Please note that we have reached full capacity for the Industry Workshops.

Should you still wish to attend, please contact Kate Parker.

Using technology to minimise AML/CTF client onboarding risks


15:45 - 16:05


16:25 - 16:45


16:50 - 17:10

How to manage supply chain & third party risk


Driving a 'Culture of Compliance' with effective conduct training


Bank of Commuications, China's 5th largest bank, will share how they deal with KYC, AML, CFT and PEP due dilligence in this interactive case study.

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The regulatory burden in relation to Know Your Customer behaviour and decisions is huge.

Using real examples, this session will demonstrate how the challenge of onboarding new clients with regards to research, background checks and business practices in highly regulated industries, are solved by Thomson Reuters World Check.

Areas that will be discussed:

  • What are the major business challenges affecting your business?
  • How does World Check benefit your role and improve efficiency?
  • How are you ensuring that your staff make the right onboarding decisions?

This practical session will explore how proper compliance training can shape culture, drive good conduct and protect your business.

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Thanks to several scandalous industry headlines, compliance culture and conduct has remained firmly in the spotlight in Australia.

With regulators citing lack of training and undersatnding as the cause of compliance failings, organizations are under increasing pressure to deliver accurate, engaging and cost-effective training, whilst also being able to demonstrate understanding and completion.

Areas that will be discussed:

  • Changes in the design, development and delivery of training
  • MicroLearning - the development of relevant, short, sharp, training modules
  • Diagnostic Learning - identifying the need, ability and readiness of employees to acquire knowledge?

Join a panel of experts who will share unique 3rd party risks pertaining to their industry and business, and what measures to take to counter them.

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Daily, news headlines are filled with stories of unethical business practices and illegal activity which has huge reputational ramifications on anyone linked to the culprit.

In a world where organizations are held responsible for the actions of suppliers, vendors and partners, on top of their internal processes, knowledge and understanding of supplier and third party risk is of the utmost importance.

Areas that will be discussed:

  • Key regulatory challenges and changes and how they will affect Australian businesses
  • How to plan resources and accountability in third party risk management
  • Bold vote - who could be the next big shocker?