Governance & Risk in the Digital Economy - building on learnings from failures and wins - BRISBANE

Suncorp, Brisbane Square, level 28, 266 George Street, Brisbane

Thu 23 November 2017 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by networking drinks from 5.00pm to 6.00pm

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The RMA is pleased to announce that this session covering Governance & Risk will be presented in Brisbane by Christine McLoughlin, Non-Executive Director, Suncorp.

Navigating the maze of risk management is increasingly complex for Boards. In addition to ensuring the right focus on the crucial oversight of risk management for operational risk, effective stakeholder risk management and brand and reputation risk are now high on Board's agendas. How do we find the right balance to ensure we have thriving sustainable businesses and keep community confidence in an environment where exponential technology is changing the playing field? What can we learn from some of the well documented recent events?

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Speaker: Christine McLoughlin, Non-Executive Director, Suncorp Group

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Christine McLoughlinChristine McLoughlin, BA, LLB (Hons), FAICD

Non-Executive Director

Suncorp Group

Christine McLoughlin is an experienced company director with extensive expertise across a range of sectors, including financial services, insurance, mining and resources, telecommunications, health and education.

Christine’s current directorships include the Suncorp Group Limited, Whitehaven Coal Limited, Nib Holdings Ltd, McGrath Foundation and she is the Chairman of Venues NSW which is the custodian of ANZ Stadium, Western Sydney Stadium (Parramatta), Newcastle Sports and Entertainment Precinct (including McDonald Jones Stadium) and Wollongong sport and entertainment Precinct.

Former roles include Deputy Chairman of The Smith Family, inaugural Chairman of the Australian Payments Council, ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation), Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission, The St James Ethics Centre and the AMP Foundation.

Christine is a member of ASIC’s Non-Executive Director Advisory Panel and is also a Fellow of the AICD. Christine is a member of Chief Executive Women and a member of WomenCorporateDirectors.

Christine has been involved in several significant Federal Government reviews and, in her executive career, has worked across a number of countries, including New Zealand, UK, Malaysia, China and Thailand. She has worked as a member of the CEO’s Executive team at IAG and AMP Limited. Earlier in her career she was Corporate Counsel for Optus Communications and prior to that a Senior Associate at Allens Arthur Robinson.

Christine has an active interest in technology enabled disruption and recently completed the Singularity University Executive Programme in Silicon Valley, studying Exponential Technology.

Christine is a former Telstra Business Woman of the Year.

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