Culture, Incentives and Compliance in Financial Services - MELBOURNE

EY, Level 23, 8 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Tue 5 September 2017 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by networking drinks from 5.00pm to 6.00pm

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Are profit-based incentives consistent with risk culture and compliance?

We are pleased to present new research on risk culture in the financial services sector. This pioneering experimental study was conducted at Macquarie University in May of this year involving some 300 financial services executives. At the event you will hear first-hand what this experimental research reveals about the relationship between risk culture, incentives and the behaviour of financial services staff. This study of risk management behaviour focuses on compliance with risk limits/policy – the minimum standard currently required of finance professionals.

The presenter, Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy, is an expert in financial risk management based at the Macquarie Applied Finance Centre. Prior to her academic career she worked in the finance industry (Westpac, Macquarie Bank). Register now for a fascinating and engaging presentation.

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Speaker: Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy, Macquarie Applied Finance Centre, Macquarie University

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Elizabeth SheedyAssociate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy Ph.D.

Macquarie Applied Finance Centre, Macquarie University

Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy Ph.D. is a financial risk expert based at the Macquarie Applied Finance Centre.  Prior to joining the university she worked for Macquarie Bank and Westpac where she gained personal insights into the structure and culture of financial institutions. She now teaches courses in Financial Risk Management and oversees all the risk management courses in the Master of Applied Finance program. In that role she has gained a broad knowledge of all aspects of risk (credit, operational, liquidity, market). Dr Sheedy is co-editor of The Professional Risk Managers’ Handbook.  In previous years her research focussed on quantitative risk modelling. More recently her research focus has shifted to the role of governance and culture in determining outcomes for banks.



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