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  • RMA Christmas Event 2019 - Industry Update - SYDNEY

    NOTE: Registrations for this event have now closed.

    Thu 21 November 2019 Westpac, The Arena, 1st Floor, Tower Two, 200 Barangaroo Street, Sydney NSW 2000

  • Webinar - Industry Update

    Thu 21 November 2019 The webinar will be live for Westpac internal staff only and will be available via recording with the link emailed to registered RMA members 48hrs post event.

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Member & Event News

2019 October E-News

2019 October E-News

in this edition:
- A Message From Our Executive Director
- **SPOTLIGHT ON!**
- Event Highlights
- Upcoming Events
- What our Members are saying
- On the Move

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Technology and Risk Management

Technology and Risk Management

Technology is rapidly changing the way we work in risk management in the Financial Services industry. It presents great value to our sector, but also poses unchartered risks.

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2019 September E-News

2019 September E-News

in this edition:
- A Message From Our Executive Director
- CRO Forum Snapshot
- **SPOTLIGHT ON!**
- Event Highlights
- Upcoming Events
- What our Members are saying
- On the Move

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Managing Risk and Resilience

Managing Risk and Resilience

Resilience is something that we learn at an early age. From juvenile disappointments through to personal and professional setbacks in our adult lives, resilience is a critical survival skill.

It is no surprise therefore that ‘resilience’ is a hot topic on financial agendas, particularly in the wake of the Royal Commission.

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2019 August E-News

2019 August E-News

in this edition:
- A Message From Our Executive Director
- Coming up! RMA Review blog
- **SPOTLIGHT ON!**
- Event Highlights
- Upcoming Events
- What our Members are saying
- On the Move

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MEDIA RELEASE: RMA Australia in stable fiscal position despite challenging industry conditions

MEDIA RELEASE: RMA Australia in stable fiscal position despite challenging industry conditions

RMA Australia is in a stable fiscal position to continue growing member services for the 2019/2020 financial year.

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July 2019 E-Newsletter

July 2019 E-Newsletter

in this edition:
- A Message From Our Executive Director
- Coming up! RMA Review blog
- Risk Tips
- Webinars for members
- Event Highlights
- Upcoming Events
- What our Members are saying
- On the Move

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Did the Royal Commission weigh in on AI?

Did the Royal Commission weigh in on AI?

“Trust” was one of the key issues identified during the Royal Commission. To address this, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is being readily adopted by the Financial Services industry. Already it is going a long way to address the trust equation.

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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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The RMA Journal

RMA Journal

RMA Journal -  October 2019 Edition

Articles in the October 2019 Issue:

  • Planning for a Recession Now Will Help Your Bank Grow

With the possibility of another recession on the horizon, banks should be proactive and invest in the resources and technologies that will help bolster them against its potential effects.

 

  • Using Machine Learning in Credit Risk Management: An Executive Primer

The power and limitations of machine learning are often misunderstood. Leadership may be at risk of either failing to provide effective challenge—or failing to support material advancements.