Good Governance starts with you - SYDNEY

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KPMG Level 38, Tower Three, International Towers Sydney, 300 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000

Wed 24 July 2019 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by Networking Drinks from 5.00pm – 6.00pm

PLEASE NOTE: Due to a last minute date change, this event will now be held on Wednesday 24th July.


Governance involves all of us, and is supported by a risk function that provides insight and foresight to match increasing volumes and magnitudes of volatilities across our organisations. This means complexity in: disseminating information; setting and following delegations; and managing relationships, including management, the board, shareholders and all staff.

In recent times, there have been a number of challenges in getting governance right. While there is no silver bullet that addresses all of these challenges in our organisations, we believe it is important to talk about how they manifest themselves and to share observations of better practice.

We invite you to join us and Stephen Allen - the previous CEO of Macquarie Infrastructure Group and CRO of Macquarie Group, in having a discussion on how the risk function can be the backbone of good governance…

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Speaker: Stephen Allen, Senior Advisor, KPMG

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About the speaker:-

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Stephen Allen

Senior Advisor, KPMG

Through his career Stephen has gained broad experience in investment and commercial banking, risk management, private equity and infrastructure with a background in technology.  Stephen’s roles have included CEO of the Macquarie Infrastructure Group which was a top 30 ASX listed business, and 8 years as Chief Risk Officer of the Macquarie Group. He has global commercial experience having been involved in business dealings in most of the world’s major economies.  Stephen has a Bachelor of Mathematics in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.

Today Stephen serves in a part-time role as a Senior Advisor with KPMG where he provides consulting services to KPMG clients, with a particular focus on risk management and more effective uses of technology and data analytics. In addition, he is an active investor and advisor in early stage businesses, particularly in the FinTech sector.

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