Published on : May 07, 2015
Thomson Reuters, one of the leading sources in the world supplying relevant information for business and professionals, announced earlier today its plans of hosting the 3rd Australian Regulatory Summit. The event will be organized at Sydney on May 27th 2015.
The Australian Regulatory Bodies will find an independent platform this year in the summit. The event will also have some of the biggest names and the most prominent financial professionals and corporate personnel to discuss the scalable factors, opportunities, and future course of regulations to reform the financial service sector in Australia.
On the first day of the summit, panel discussions and keynote addresses will be organized. On this day the most prominent financial and regulatory changes in Australia will be evaluated. The discussion will encompass topical issues such as market integrity and market supervision, financial crime, conduct risk, Know Your Customer or KYC sessions, anti-money laundering technologies, cyber security governance, cyber threats, corruption, navigating bribery, and other similar third party risks.
Discussions on best practices in terms of risk management and corporate governance will also be hosted. Further how important is it for companies to comply regulations so as to capitalize on the robust opportunities for financial services in Australia will be discussed in details as well.
Some of the speakers who have confirmed their participation in the event are:
- Philip Lowe, Reserve Bank of Australia’s deputy governor
- Greg Tanzer, the Commissioner of ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission)
- Paul Jevtovic APM, CEO of AUSTRAC (Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre)
- Regulations and Financial Systems, Director and Advisor, Camille Blackburn
- Acting Assistant Commissioner of Australian Federal Police, David McLean, among others