Progressive insights, innovative strategies & new engagement opportunities – the 2021 AFIA Risk Summit is a not-to-be missed, member exclusive event for senior legal, risk and compliance professionals across the Australian financial services landscape.
In an increasingly complex time, where no issue is happening in isolation and no decision is without a broadening list of risks and opportunities, we are bringing together influential business leaders and industry regulators to discuss the pertinent issues for the industry and how different organisations are navigating the challenges ahead.
The three-day event, held virtually from 16 – 18 February 2021, will offer an intimate forum for members to learn, connect and engage with key industry stakeholders in roundtable discussions and interactive Q&A sessions.
This year, we are delighted to present you with a program showcasing a broad and deep knowledge of legal, risk and compliance functions, facilitated by influential regulators and credible thought leaders in the financial services space.
From upcoming legislation (following the Hayne Royal Commission Report), privacy updates, regulatory guidance, through to emerging regulations and new risk and compliance developments, the 2021 AFIA Risk Summit will explore the most pressing issues facing financial services.
We are excited to announce our Summit guest speaker, Mark Wales, Special Ops Veteran, CEO and Entrepreneur, who will be giving a keynote address – Risky Business – focused on Mark’s 16-year career with the Australian Military and six-year career with Australian Special forces. As a Troop Commander in charge of 30 elite soldiers, Mark’s role was to lead combat missions deep behind enemy lines. At the end of his career, he had completed 10 tours of duty to Afghanistan, Iraq, East Timor, Lebanon and the Solomon Islands. In 2017, Mark was a popular contestant in Australian Survivor, and will be starring in the TV showThe World’s Toughest Race: Eco Challenge Fiji 2019 (screening worldwide in April 2020).
Summit participants with learn Mark's 5-step sequence for developing team resilience, hearing proven mechanisms to help boost performance and satisfaction in team members, building a clear definition of the mission, and a cadence that allows teams to learn, act and respond faster than the changing environment and gaining takeaway strategies based on Mark’s experience in fighting alongside small, agile teams.
This three-day event is jam-packed with exclusive content and actionable insights from an exciting lineup of expert speakers, including:
The Summit will also include a range of pre-recorded educational webinars lead by Associate Member, illion, ensuring Summit participants walk away with valuable industry data insights, practical information and worthwhile strategies that can be put to use immediately to improve operational outcomes for your organisation.
The registration cost for the AFIA Risk Summit for AFIA members is $1320.00 (GST inclusive). This cost includes a certificate of attendance, a recording of the key Summit sessions and speaker PowerPoint slides.
Risk Summit Participants may be able to apply 12 hours towards meeting their annual continuing professional development obligations. It is the individual's obligation to determine relevance of CPD to their license conditions.
illion is the leading independent provider of trusted data and analytics products and services in Australasia, with the company’s consumer and commercial credit registries forming an important element of Australia and New Zealand’s financial ecosystem. illion leverages its consumer and commercial credit registries, which can access data on over 25 million individuals and over 2 million commercial entities, to provide end-to-end customer management solutions to clients in the financial services, telecommunications, utilities and government sectors. illion’s product and service offering spans the full customer lifecycle, from lead generation and sales prospecting, to credit risk assessment and decisioning (including associated SaaS products), and, ultimately, receivables optimisation.