The BEAR’s Bite… can you regulate accountability?

10:00 AM AEDT 11:00 AM AEDT
RMA Australia
Event closed
04
Feb

The BEAR’s Bite… can you regulate accountability?

10:00 AM AEDT 11:00 AM AEDT
RMA Australia

Whilst registration for this webinar has closed, if you wish to attend this webinar, please email events@rmaaustralia.org to advise.

The RMA is pleased to bring you our second webinar for February hosted by Macquarie University – The BEARs bite… can you regulate accountability?

The BEAR – or Banking Executive Accountability Regime – is designed to make bankers behave better. How well does it work? Can you regulate executive accountability?

Don’t miss the first Macquarie University Finance Professionals Series webinar for 2021, where they will share their findings from a recent study that looks ‘under the hood’ of the BEAR.

The BEAR was born out of the community anger that led up to the Banking Royal Commission. Many wanted to stop executives from hiding behind ignorance and group decision-making processes and make them more accountable.

In this informative and interactive webinar, you will find out about:

  • What’s changed in the banks since the Royal Commission?
  • Are regulators able to get ‘heads on sticks’ and ultimately does that matter?
  • Are management practices changing as a result? If so, how?

The webinar will be chaired by Naomi Burley (Managing Director, GRC Institute) and will feature a 30 minute presentation on the report findings followed by an update from APRA.

PLEASE NOTE: This webinar is co-ordinated by Macquaire University.  Should you register for this event, your email address will be provided to Macquarie University in order for them to send you your unique Zoom URL to view this webinar. 

Further Information:

The Presenters:

Professor Elizabeth Sheedy, Macquarie University

Professor Elizabeth Sheedy is a risk governance expert based in the Department of Applied Finance, specialising in risk governance, culture and remuneration in financial institutions.  She teaches courses on risk governance in the Master of Applied Finance and the Global MBA programs.

 

Dr Dominic Soh, Macquarie University

Dr Dominic Soh is based in the Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance.  He researches in governance and auditing and assurance and teaches undergraduate and postgraduate auditing courses.

Moderator:

Naomi Burley, Managing Director, GRC Institute

APRA Update:

Stuart Bingham, General Manager Governance, Culture, Remuneration & Accountability, APRA

 

 

Agenda and Schedule

Presentation 10:00am AEDT

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Location: RMA Australia
Duration: 1 hour

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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