Women, Technology and the Future of Risk - SYDNEY

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

Mon 9 September 2019 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by Networking Drinks from 5.00pm – 6.00pm

Women have been historically underrepresented in fields experiencing material job growth, such as: engineering; information; and communications technology. We invite you to be a part of an interesting and robust discussion from those bucking the trend on how Women can help shape and evolve the way we look at interweaving Technology and Risk.

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Speakers: Zoe Willis, Data Partner; Kate Shaw, Risk Partner; Anu Kukar, Director, Risk Strategy & Technology, KPMG

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About The Speakers:-

Zoe WillisZoe Willis, Data Partner, KPMG

Zoe is a Data Partner with over 20 years of experience leading the data space. Zoe is the lead partner for Regtech, emerging technology and data in KPMG.

Her experience has crossed the Risk, Audit and Management consulting functions, and often brings new insights across engagement types to ensure that leading data techniques, technology and management are applied ensuring the best outcomes.



Kate Shaw

Kate Shaw, Risk Partner, KPMG

Kate is a Partner in KPMG’s practice and leads the firm’s provision of enterprise risk management services to the public sector nationally.

For over 10 years Kate has worked with KPMG, providing risk, governance and assurance advice to large corporate organisations and to Australia’s Federal and State Governments, increasingly focusing on the use of technology and data to support the identification and management of risk.

She is highly experienced risk manager, having delivered enterprise risk management services to the public and private sectors for over 20 years. Kate has occupied risk management roles within the Commonwealth Government, Macquarie Bank and the insurance sector which have given her a wide exposure to the application of risk principles to address strategic, operational and insurable future risk challenges.


Anu KukarAnu Kukar, Director, Risk Strategy & Technology, KPMG

Anu is an international recognised speaker and panel member having spoken at over 30 conferences and events in North America, Middle East, Europe and Asia- Pacific. She shares practical insights on Risk Management related to Emerging Technologies, Third Parties and Future of risk.

A diverse executive with 20 years of experience in both industry and consulting, covering financial services, government and corporates. Anu advises and co-collaborates with businesses to:

  • Manage Third Party risk
  • Implement emerging technologies with a risk approach
  • Lift risk maturity to deal with future of risks

She is a Director in Risk Strategy & Technology at KPMG Australia and a Chartered Accountant from ICAANZ, Graduate from AICD and holds a B Commerce degree (Accounting & Information Systems) from UNSW. Certifications from Berkeley in Data Science, HarvardX in Cyber & Data risk management and MIT in Artificial Intelligence.


About The Moderator:-

Mish MonsurMish Monsur, Manager, Risk Strategy & Technology, KPMG

Mishs’ experience has predominately been in Business and Private Banking second line of defence (Line 2) Risk Management. As of today, she is exploring Risk and Tech solutions for industries outside of Banking in expanding her risk acumen, and currently working in the Education sector.

Mish has a genuine interest in STEM, Sustainable Entrepreneurship mentoring programs available for High School and University students and has been involved as an Advisor since 2015.

Prior to joining KPMG, Mish travelled to Bangladesh for a few months and worked with the United Nations Development Projects (UNDP) and Shushilan (a Local NGO) on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) strategies and Multilateral trade agreement opportunities for the Rohyingya Refugee Crises.

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