ASIC Annual Forum 2016

ASIC Annual Forum 2016

Registrations for the ASIC Annual Forum 2016 are now closed - see Annual Forum 2017

The 21st ASIC Annual Forum will explore how new ways of doing business, structural change and regulatory reform are shaking up the financial system.

Over two days, the Forum will examine the role of culture in driving conduct and what this means for how we adapt to changes like digital disruption and globalisation. 

What is a good culture, and is it the best form of resilience in the face of a changing external environment?

The 2016 ASIC Annual Dinner will be held on Monday 21 March.

What to expect from the Forum

A message from ASIC Chairman, Greg Medcraft 

Chairman's welcome address

Read the Chairman's welcome address, Culture shock.


Speakers confirmed for the 2016 Forum include:

Andrew Scipioni Thmb 2

Andrew Scipione APM, Commissioner, New South Wales Police Force


Blythe Masters Thmb 2

Blythe Masters, CEO, Digital Asset Holdings

Glenn Stevens Thmb 2

Glenn Stevens, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia


David Thodey

David Thodey, Chairman, CSIRO

Annabel Spring

Annabel Spring,
Group Executive, Wealth Management, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Nicole Rich

Nicole Rich, Chair, CHOICE

Christopher Woolard

Christopher Woolard, Director of Strategy and Competition, Financial Conduct Authority

Forum program

The Forum program includes sessions on:

  • Structural change and disruption in financial markets
  • The bottom line: Does culture matter?
  • Financial sector competition
  • Can we withstand a major global shock?

Download the 2016 forum program (PDF 90 KB)


ASIC Annual Dinner

Bill Ferris Thmb 1Monday 21 March, Hilton Sydney, 5.30- 9.30pm

Bill Ferris AC, Chair of Innovation Australia, will deliver a keynote address on 'Growth, culture and change: maintaining Australian competitiveness'.

Find out more about the ASIC Annual Dinner



Regsitrations are now closed.

ASIC Annual Forum: 21–22 March 2016

Standard Early Bird – register by 29 February 2016


Standard Full


Standard Corporate Shared* ­– registration can be shared with other individuals from the same organisation.   Only one attendee per session


Government/Academic/IOSCO** Early Bird – register by 29 February 2016


Government/Academic/IOSCO Full  


Government/Academic/IOSCO Shared*


5 for the price of 4 – for every four paying delegates from the same organisation a fifth attends free (excluding accommodation), provided all delegates register in the same registration process.

* Registration can be shared with other individuals from the same organisation. One attendee only per session.

** Australian federal, state or local government, academics and member organisations of the International Organization of Securities Commissions.  

ASIC Annual Dinner: 21 March 2016

Individual ­– registrations close 29 February 2016


Corporate table of 10 ­­– registrations close 29 February 2016


Registrations are now closed.

Last updated: 12/09/2017 02:47