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June 2019 E-Newsletter

June 2019 E-Newsletter

in this edition:
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- New! Blog - RMA Review
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- What our Members are saying
- On the Move

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What did the Royal Commission have to say about Risk Management?

What did the Royal Commission have to say about Risk Management?

The key points identified by Commissioner Hayne for those in advisory and Risk Management roles were around the dissemination of information within financial institutions, the role of the Board and how systemic risks can develop within large financial institutions despite the good intentions of employees, senior managers and Board members*.

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RMA Membership Renewal 2019-2020

RMA Membership Renewal 2019-2020

It's membership renewal time at Risk Management Association of Australia (RMA), as our membership year extends from April 2019 to March 2020

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RMA Journal -  June 2019 Edition

Articles in the June 2019 Issue:

  • Flying Blind into the Next Recession: Be Alert as the Credit Cycle Grows Old

Previous segments of this series investigated the key factors often undervalued by commercial banks and the fundamentals that matter regardless of where we are in the credit cycle. Part 4, presented here, focuses on comfort zones and international trade.


  • Digitization in Market Risk

The trend within risk departments is to move away from manual processes and focus on strategic and high-value analytics. Drivers of this trend include greater accountability by the first line, more automation capability, and the presence of cost pressures.