ASIC Annual Forum 2018
Registrations are now open
19–20 March 2018 | Hilton Sydney
Fostering and maintaining high levels of trust in the financial services sector is crucial. So what can we do to maintain trust? The 2018 ASIC Annual Forum will bring together thought leaders and industry experts who will explore ideas for building strong relationships of trust in a changing financial sector.
Register today to take advantage of our early-bird offer.
And don't miss the ASIC Annual Dinner on Monday 19 March 2018.
The importance of trust in financial services
Trust is fundamental in financial services and ensuring it is maintained is the responsibility of all involved in the sector. Richard Edelman (Edelman Trust Barometer) will provide an overview of public perceptions of the financial services industry followed by a discussion with Anna Bligh (CEO, Australian Bankers' Association) and ASIC.
Meet the Commission… and ASIC's new Chairman
Come and meet ASIC's new Chairman and hear ASIC's Commissioners outline the priorities for the year ahead.
Trusting algorithms – using data to make better decisions
Data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence are providing firms and government with new opportunities to make better decisions. Join Rayid Ghani (Director of the Center for Data Science & Public Policy and a Senior Fellow at the Harris School of Public Policy and the Computation Institute, University of Chicago), Maile Carnegie (Group Executive, Digital Banking ANZ) and Ian Oppermann (NSW Chief Data Scientist and CEO NSW Data Analytics Centre) as they discuss how the data revolution is changing the way we operate.
Geoff Summerhayes (Member, APRA), Elizabeth Bryan (Chair, Insurance Australia Group) and Daniel Fogarty (Co-founder, Evari Insure) will discuss the importance of trust in the insurance industry, whether peer trust is becoming more important than institutional trust and how data and insuretech could revolutionise the industry.
ASIC annual dinner
Drawing on extensive personal interaction and correspondence with nearly 50 former executives Professor Eugene Soltes (Associate Professor, Harvard Business School and Author of Why They Do it: Inside the Mind of the White-Collar Criminal) will provide an insight into what drives executives to turn to white-collar crime.
* Subject to change. Full Program of sessions and speakers will be available in December