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The RMA is pleased to bring you our first webinar event for 2021 hosted by Westpac.
Dr Adam Fraser, TEDx speaker and author of the popular books The Third Space and Strive will open our 2021 events by sharing some of his extensive research and experiences on creating balance and building resilience in our current ‘new normal’ world.
About the Speaker:
Dr Adam Fraser
Dr Adam Fraser is a peak performance researcher who helps people strive to achieve better performance in everything they do. In his time, he has worked with elite athletes and sporting teams, special forces soldiers and business leaders.
What is unique about his research is that it focuses on how do people go beyond their potential without the collateral damage that normally comes with elite performance.
Often success comes at a price in the following areas:
About the Moderator:
Catherine Thrum, Acting General Manager, Governance and Assurance, Westpac
Catherine is Acting General Manager, Governance and Assurance at Westpac Banking Group. In this role, Catherine is responsible for Risk Governance, Risk Frameworks and Appetite, Risk Culture, Prudential Governance and Risk and Credit Assurance.
Catherine is Westpac’s representative on the Risk Management Association Management Committee, has previously Chaired the Committee and is currently the Secretary. In this role, Catherine has led the Risk Management Association Senior Women in Risk Roundtable.
Catherine’s key areas of interest include best practice risk governance, risk culture and strategy. A strong supporter of women in risk, Catherine mentors a number of promising young Risk professionals.
Prior to her current role, Catherine held various roles within Westpac including in Credit as Head of the Commercial Credit team and Head of Credit Strategy and Policy team, in Group, as Head of Credit Policy and Risk Governance; and in the Institutional Bank in both the structured asset-backed finance and debt capital markets businesses.
Catherine has a business degree from the University of Technology and has completed AGSM Executive Programs in Leadership and Strategy.