Webinar - Industry Update

NOTE: Registration for this event has now closed, as the venue is at full capacity. Should you wish to be added to the waitlist, please contact the RMA events team on events@rmaaustralia.org

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.

Thu 21 November 2019 | 4.00pm Webinar Presentation LIVE for Westpac Internal Staff Only, recording emailed to RMA registered members 48hrs post event.

The RMA is pleased to announce its last webinar event for 2019 will be hosted by Westpac and be presented by David Stephen, Chief Risk Officer for the Westpac Group

David will be providing an Industry update to our members.

Please Note: Due to the IT configuration by our host Westpac, this webinar will be available LIVE on the day for Westpac RMA members only. For all other RMA member who register for the webinar, the recording will be available for viewing 48 hours post event.

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Speaker: David Stephen, Chief Risk Officer, Westpac Group

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About The Speaker;-

David StephenDavid Stephen, Chief Risk Officer, Westpac Group 

David was appointed Chief Risk Officer of Westpac Group in October 2018. David has responsibility for the risk management function including credit, market and operational risk, compliance and financial crime across all business units. David is also a member of Westpac's Executive leadership team. 

Prior to this David was based in London as the Chief Risk Officer for Royal Bank of Scotland where he was a member of the RBS Management committee from 2013. He first joined RBS in 2010 as the Deputy Chief Risk Officer.  

David‘s career spans over 30 years in the Finance Industry and has previously worked for both retail and investment banks in the UK, USA, Hong Kong and Australia. Prior roles include Chief Risk officer at ANZ Bank and Chief Credit Officer at Credit Suisse Financial Products. 

David has a Bachelor of Business majoring in Banking and Finance from the David Syme School of Business at Monash University, and is a Board member of both the International Financial Risk Institute and the Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA). 

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