October 17, 2017 - October 18, 2017 Grace Hotel Sydney, 77 York street, Sydney, NSW Australia

Technology solutions to effectively meet your regulatory & compliance obligations.

17th October 2017 - Day 1

Participants registration and refreshments.

Chairman’s address to the gathering.


  • Samantha Clarke, Co-Founder and Director, Advice RegTech Pty Ltd
  • Global KYC utility developments
  • How RegTech is driving KYC industry consolidation
  • Digital Identity and Financial Inclusion
  • Blockchain and the Internet of Things


  • Richard Storey, Head of KYC & On-boarding, Thomson Reuters, Pacific
  • Assessing the “bank readiness” of our RegTechs
  • Understanding barriers to innovation in financial services
  • The dialogue with regulators
  • Establishing a new cooperative model


  • Julian Fenwick, Managing Director, GRC Solutions & Chair RegTech Association

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • Opportunities of RegTech
  • Moving to real-time surveillance and monitoring
  • How RegTech can help build a culture of compliance


Mark Adams, Senior Executive Leader – Strategic Intelligence, ASIC

  • Current initiatives and opportunities for collaboration
  • Update on Know Your Customer (KYC); Effective Customer due diligence (CDD), anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML)
  • How RegTech will improve how transaction monitoring is conducted


  • Bradley Brown, National Manager Strategic Intelligence and Policy, AUSTRAC

Lunch and Networking opportunity for participants.


  • Mark Shaw, Head of Operational Risk & Compliance Australia, ANZ

As the world and organisations become more complex and volatile, the expectations on the Risk and Compliance professional continues to increase. Fintech is enabling change and supporting the work of Risk and Compliance functions. However, it doesn’t negate the need to have professionals who can influence senior stakeholders and get buy-in. An inability to build influence impacts the effectiveness of risk and compliance outcomes, and the person’s career progression. In this session, you will learn the 7 core ingredients of influence and understand the important role you can play in influencing those around you.


  • Michelle Gibbings, Researcher, author and presenter and Founder of consulting firm, Change Meridian

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.


  • Danny Gilligan, Co-founder, Reinventure
  • Phillip Malcolm, Market Development Manager Risk, Pacific, Thomson Reuters
  • Matt Symons, Co-founder, Red Marker
  • Sophie Higgins, Director – Regulation and Strategy, Office of the Australian Information
  • Closing remarks from the Chair and vote of thanks by the Chairman
  • Drinks and networking reception

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