GRC2022 Conference - Pulsepoints : Delivering Strategic Compliance

11-10-2022 8:30AM 11-10-2022 5:00PM
Online & In-person, New South Wales, Australia
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Attendees are encouraged to join us in person at the Deloitte rooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. If you are unable to join us in person, all sessions will be available live online - note that the regulatory sessions will NOT be recorded, but other sessions will be and will be available to view again by all attendees at a later date.

Separate registrations for in-person or online are not required. Attendees will be contacted to confirm their preferred location. If you can only attend online please reach out to the GRCI team to discuss options for pricing.

 
We are pleased to announce Tuesday October 11 as the date for our GRC2022 Annual Conference: Pulsepoints: Delivering strategic compliance both in person in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane and via live, interactive link for anyone unable to attend in person. 
 
GRCI is committed to ensuring the compliance profession has access to the highest quality professional development for its most experienced members. 
 
This year’s theme: Pulsepoints: Delivering strategic compliance will include the usual access to key regulators and their insights and observations across the market. In addition, we will be showcasing the continued thought leadership enquiry GRCI has begun with the Three Lines of Accountability, to look at mature models for monitoring, assurance and role clarity across the lines. Other speakers on the day will also be providing important insights for senior compliance professionals. 
 
Delivery of the conference this year will be available in face to face sessions around the country or online, as your circumstances and needs dictate. To support other professionals across our membership, we will be staging a number of other events during October as part of our Compliance Professionals Month. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the 11th of October at the GRC2022 Annual Conference, as the key compliance professional event for our calendar year. 

Agenda

Time Session Details Speaker    
08:45
09:00
Welcome Naomi Burley - CEO GRCI
Heather Loewenthal - Chair GRCI
   
09:00
09:45
Keynote: Accountability and assurance and monitoring activities across all three lines - getting value from clarity and comfort in your accountability Annette Donselaar - Global Chief Administration Officer and General Counsel, Chubb Life    
09:45
10:30
ASIC Regulatory message - Over the past few years ASIC has been able to step up its regulatory activities and engage with supervisory technology to uplift the sector and bring about change for customers. Even with this rapid change, ASIC still has many activities on its wish list that members need to prepare for, as well as many lessons learnt from this time. Where to next for ASIC and compliance professionals in the financial services sector? Sean Hughes - Commissioner    
10:30
11:00
Morning Tea    
11:00
11:45
APRA Regulatory message - Australia's prudential regulator has been reviewing many of its regulatory and guidance documents over the past two years, with an increased recognition of the role of compliance in managing this specialised risk area. Join us for a discussion with Stuart Bingham about observations and lessons learnt during this review period and the end goals for the regulator. Stuart Bingham - General Manager of Governance, Culture, Remuneration and Accountability    
11:45
12:30
AUSTRAC Regulatory message - as Australia's regulatory body working as a conduit between organisations providing designated services and enforcement agencies, AUSTRAC has a particular balancing act to achieve. Insights from the intel being passed on to AUSTRAC gives valuable insight to industry about emerging trends, challenges and risks. Bradley Brown - National Manager, Regulatory Operations    
12:30
13:30
Lunch    
13:30
14:15
The OAIC’s regulatory priorities, determinations practice and recent determinations. Cate Cloudsdale - Director, Privacy Determinations    
14:15
15:00
AFCA Regulatory message - where are the trends and how can organisations proactively address these Dr June Smith - Deputy Chief Ombudsman    
15:00
15:30
Afternoon Tea    
15:00
17:00
Integration, second line and emerging sophisticated challenges - A Panel Session Panel Experts currently being confirmed    
   
17:15 Networking Drinks